The Logger is the main way to enter your QSOs and can be opened over the Dropdown under Logbook in the Menubar at the top of the Page or over the "Add QSO" Button in the Logbook itself.

Our new Logger that was launched in Februrary of 2021 is not only nice looking but it also has many handy features to make logging many QSOs a breeze.

The QSO Form

The Main QSO Form let's you enter all Details of your QSO you made, you can switch between the Main and the optional Fields Tab in the top left. To make logging as fast as possible all needed Fields besides the Callsign you worked are already filled like the current Date and Time. After you typed in the Callsign the Logger will try to get Information about the Callsign from QRZ.com and your own logged QSOs, see QSO Station information below. If you wan't to Save your QSO you just click the "Save QSO" Button in the bottom right corner, the Status indicators to the left will show you if Saving was successfully. While Saving, your QSO will also be uploaded to all enabled Services of the Callsign that is atatched to the selected Logbook, the status indicators will show you this as well.

Station information

This Part of the Logger shows you all Information about the Callsign you entered into the Form. If you entered your QRZ Credentials under Management (active XML subscription recommended) you will see all Infromation about the Callsign only a second after entering it. You will also see if your already had a QSO with the Callsign, if yes you will see the last QSO under the QRZ information, if not a "new Call" indicator is displayed at the top right. We also check in the Background if you already have the Gridsquare in your Log and display a "new Grid" Indicator in the top right.

WSJT-X Status

The new Logger has a new WSJT-X Interface that displays if you are connected to it and how many Callsigns where marked in the Software. You can also enable or disable the Auto Save Function that saves a QSO as soon as you logged it in WSJT-X while you are connected. This feature requires TyQSL Desktop, see the WSJT-X Logging Page