You can now manage your Flight Log at Community.RocketReviews.com. Log in using your RocketReviews.com email address and password. Then click the “My Flight Log” link in the “My Account Menu.”
The Flight Log dashboard will be displayed with brief statistics about the information in your Flight Log. At the top of the dashboard is a menu bar.
Click the “Rockets” button in the menu bar to see a list of the rockets in your Flight Log. Click “Add Rocket” button to add a new rocket.
Click the “Flights” button in the menu bar to see a list of the flights in your Flight Log. Click the “Add Flight” button to add a new flight.
The new Flight Log feature in the RocketReviews.com Community uses the same database as the existing Flight Log feature at RocketReviews.com. But, it offers a much nicer interface for entering and editing flights.
The new Flight Log interface allows you to select the units for information. For example, when you enter an Altitude, you can choose to enter the altitude in feet or meters. There are more types of information you may record (and additional types will be added later).
Adding images and other files is easier than ever. You can click the “Add Files” button and select images to add or just drag and drop the files into the web page. The files will begin uploading while a progress bar is displayed.
You can now add “Tags” to each flight. Tags are used to categorize your flights.
Soon you will be able to list flights and view statistics for flights based on the tags. This will allow you to, for example, compare your boost glider’s flights with other glider flights or list all the rockets flown at a recent club launch. While the site will recommend tags, you can create your own. This will allow you to do things like view all of the flights recorded by a group of your friends.