Confirmation Requests QRZ log

As you can see, I have 3 confirmation requests waiting. Though I like QRZ logbook, but when I want to confirm I have to fill out the QSO again. Before I had to check, and ready. Now I have to look up QSO data... etc Oh no... too much work. Or do I something wrong?

Paul Stam, PC4T, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from the Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

6 Responses to “Confirmation Requests QRZ log”

  • Ulis K3LU:

    I think you can upload the ADIF log file. Having said that, I like and support QRZ.com but the logbook is annoying and has no DXing value what so ever. Especially long term. QRZ.com just zapped a bunch of photo files by mistake admittedly with no restore. Is the logbook next? Backup! Backup!

    73 de K3LU

  • Sounds like QRZ needs to appoint some Super Backup Administrators instead of so many Super Moderators.

  • Brad NK8J:

    Have you all tried to send Fred a letter about it instead of Bitching about it? Voice your Opinions to the right people to affect the proper changes

  • Paul PC4T:

    @Brad: WTF… who is Bitching now? Come on, I ask a normal question to my fellow bloggers.

  • BX2ABT:

    Hello Paul,

    Don’t even bother replying to Brad. Just like other fanbois there seems to be a group of QRZ.com members who believe Fred is holy and can do nothing wrong, so don’t even point a finger to him. If the QRZ.com logbook is of any use is for you yourself to determine. You can disable it in your profile, which is what I did. And now you also know how I value this type of log 😉

    73 de Hans

  • Paul PC4T:

    @Hans: yes, you are right. Thanks for your reply. 🙂 73 Paul

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