This course is designed to for people that are new or unfamiliar with Geocaching Swiss Army Knife (GSAK). It will get you up to speed very quickly and will get you caching more effectively and having more fun in no time!
Some of the things that you will get from this course:
- Understanding what GSAK is
- Understanding the menus
- Understanding the screen
- Learn how to bring data into GSAK
- Learn how to manipulate your cache data in GSAK
- Learn how to send caches from GSAK into your GPSr
- Learn how to bring caches from your GPSr into GSAK
- Learn how to automate your logging on geocaching.com
If you’re still not sure, please check out some of the free videos that I have below. or that are available on YouTube
The course is free for now. I may charge at some later point in time, so take advantage of this course while you can!
An Introduction to GSAK
Understanding the GSAK Menus
Adding Caches to the Database
Understanding Your Database
Understanding Views in GSAK
In this lesson, we look at how we can modify the views that are available to us in GSAK.
In this lessons, you will learn various ways that you can find and select a cache in GSAK.
Using the “User Flag” Function
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the “User Flag” function to select one or more caches.
Adding / Removing Columns
In this lesson, we will look at some additional columns that aren’t automatically shown in GSAK, and look at how to add and remove these columns.
Editing Your Database
Editing a Cache – Beginner (Under Construction)
In this lesson, we will look at how we can edit cache details
Using Corrected Coordinates (Under Construction)
In this lesson, we will look at using the “Corrected Coordinates” function to update cache locations in our database.
Editing User Notes and User Logs (Under Construction)
In this lesson, we will look at how we can modify the “User Notes” and “User Logs” sections of our database.
Creating A Manual Backup of Your Database(s)
In this lesson we will look at the why and how of creating a manual backup of your database(s)
Using The “Status Check” Feature To Update Your Database
In this lesson we will look at using the “Status Check” feature to update the status.