Customizing the column layout

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ZuluLog gives you several ways to customize which columns you'd like displayed in the Flight Viewer.

Option 1: Select a standard logbook format.

  1. Log in to your account.
  2. From the console menu across the top, select Pilot Logbook.
  3. From the submenu on the left-hand side, select Pilot Logbook.
  4. Click the "Columns" button above the list of flights.
  5. Near the top of the column selection screen, you'll see a drop-down field with a list of standard logbook formats, such as ZuluLog International, Jepp-Style Professional, South Africa Professional, and so on. Select one of these.
  6. Check the box labeled "Make this the primary setup", then click Use Setup.


Option 2: Select individual columns.

  1. Log in to your account.
  2. From the console menu across the top, select Pilot Logbook.
  3. From the submenu on the left-hand side, select Pilot Logbook.
  4. Click the "Columns" button above the list of flights.
  5. Near the top of the column selection screen, pull up the drop-down list and select "Default (Select columns below)".
  6. Below the drop-down list, turn on the checkboxes corresponding to the columns you'd like to see. Turn off the checkboxes corresponding to the columns you don't want to see.
  7. Check the box labeled "Make this the primary setup", then click Use Setup.


Option 3: Create custom column setups.

  1. Log in to your account.
  2. From the console menu across the top, select Pilot Logbook.
  3. From the submenu on the left-hand side, select Column Setups.
  4. Click Add Setup, and follow the on-screen instructions to define the columns for your setup.
  5. Save your setup, and repeat the process if you'd like to create additional setups.
  6. Once your setups are saved, go back to Pilot Logbook on the left-hand submenu.
  7. Click the "Columns" button above the list of flights.
  8. Near the top of the column selection screen, pull up the drop-down list and select the name of your new setup from the list.
  9. Check the box labeled "Make this the primary setup", then click Use Setup.
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