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WarEagle1
04-12-2017, 12:29 PM
Hello all, I'm in the process of having all 5 of my logbooks converted over to csv or excel format so I can purchase a digital logbook to upload all of the data to. My question is who's the best company to use for this service price wise and the service you get? I've looked at Convertmylogbook, Logbook solutions, and Logbookwiz. Logbookwiz is the least expensive but it seems they don't transfer all of the data leaving out things like approaches, dual given, etc. I could take or leave the remarks out of the transfer. Probably looks cleaner without them anyway. Thanks!


B727DRVR
04-13-2017, 09:50 PM
Hello all, I'm in the process of having all 5 of my logbooks converted over to csv or excel format so I can purchase a digital logbook to upload all of the data to. My question is who's the best company to use for this service price wise and the service you get? I've looked at Convertmylogbook, Logbook solutions, and Logbookwiz. Logbookwiz is the least expensive but it seems they don't transfer all of the data leaving out things like approaches, dual given, etc. I could take or leave the remarks out of the transfer. Probably looks cleaner without them anyway. Thanks!

Hey Auburn,

I emailed Logbook Solutions back on the 8th and today with no response. Also, no real "CONTACT US" to click on their website. I emailed convertmylogbook and got an immediate response. If response time means anything, I am definitely more impressed with convertmylogbook. I downloaded logbook wiz to my phone... We'll see how it goes. Take care.

B727DRVR
04-17-2017, 09:28 AM
Hey Auburn,

I emailed Logbook Solutions back on the 8th and today with no response. Also, no real "CONTACT US" to click on their website. I emailed convertmylogbook and got an immediate response. If response time means anything, I am definitely more impressed with convertmylogbook. I downloaded logbook wiz to my phone... We'll see how it goes. Take care.

9 days later and STILL no reply from Logbook Solutions. I'm not getting a warm and fuzzy here because of this. Anybody else have a better contact or experience with them?


B727DRVR
04-19-2017, 08:16 AM
9 days later and STILL no reply from Logbook Solutions. I'm not getting a warm and fuzzy here because of this. Anybody else have a better contact or experience with them?

April 19, 2017 Update:

Still no response from Logbook Solutions after multiple emails and form entries after 11 days..... Does anyone have better contact information on them other than their website? I mean if I had already sent them my logbooks, I would seriously be freaking out with this lack of response.

I can't imagine why they wouldn't be responding.......

propfails2FX
04-23-2017, 12:22 PM
Hello all, I'm in the process of having all 5 of my logbooks converted over to csv or excel format so I can purchase a digital logbook to upload all of the data to. My question is who's the best company to use for this service price wise and the service you get? I've looked at Convertmylogbook, Logbook solutions, and Logbookwiz. Logbookwiz is the least expensive but it seems they don't transfer all of the data leaving out things like approaches, dual given, etc. I could take or leave the remarks out of the transfer. Probably looks cleaner without them anyway. Thanks!

https://convertmylogbook.com/ConvertMyLogbook/Contact_Us.html

huseyydemm
08-11-2017, 01:39 AM
Hi,

I'm using mobile application for this. I can systematize my logbooks, and convert to pdf or excel file. And, it makes easier to make logbook for flight.
And also, it's acceptable for every airline comp.

App name: 'Pilot Logbook International'
/i use it on iOS/

N8013P
08-20-2017, 04:05 PM
I went through all of my 500 hours and converted to excell. How do you handle logbook signoffs digitally?