New major update now released

A new version of Logmyflight has now just been released. Basically, the back-end code has been re-written from scratch and completely revised to make it more reliable, while the front-end has been slightly enhanced as well to improve the global user experience.

Logmyflight index

The most noticeable changes are the following:

  • Global security improvements and loading times of most of the pages reduced (up to 50% faster)
  • Database optimization in order to cope with an increasing number of flights
  • Improved design, especially on mobile and for larger screens
  • Brand new dashboard
  • New data to be added to your flights (marketing flight number, aircraft nickname)
  • New points system used to rank all the users
  • Two new charts added (arrival time and duration)
  • 12 new awards and achievements
  • Bulk flight editing from the two flights tables
  • Possibility to login using Google and/or Twitter
  • Enhanced Tripit importation process
  • Moving from Google Maps to Mapbox as a result of their new pricing policy
  • New notification system
  • Less ads for everyone
  • No more business class membership
  • Possibility to import a custom CSV file
  • Spanish translation available as well

If you find any translation error/bug, do not hesitate to contact us directly using the contact form of your account and, of course, feel free to let us know any suggestion you might have. We hope you like this update! 🙂

Logmyflight now available in French!

We have been working hard over the past few weeks, and we are now proud to annonce that Logmyflight has been completely translated into French. If you prefer to have access to the French version instead of the English one, just head to your settings page and search for the “Change the language” panel, where you will be able to click to be redirected to the French version of the website.

You can moreover let us know any eventual bug and/or language error (either in English or in French) by using the new contact form at your disposal on the contact page.

We will now start working on a Spanish version as well, which should be pushed live within a few weeks/months.

New feature – personal infography

The year 2017 slowly comes to an end, and it’s time to look back at your travel related highlights for this year. This is precisely why a new beta feature has been introduced on Logmyflight, feature that you can find on the “more” page of your account.

You can now indeed select a time period (availability depending on your eventual upgraded membership) and create your own personal infography in a pdf format, which will resume and highlight the travels you made during the selected period. This is the perfect way to share with your friends where you’ve been this year, or to keep a written trace of your travels during the first 6 months of 2017, for example.

Moreover, to celebrate the end of 2017, two new promo codes will be active until the 5th of January, to help you upgrade your account for a limited reduced price. You can use either the code “NEWYEARLIFETIME” to get a lifetime upgraded membership for 30% off its regular price, or the code “NEWYEAR2018” to get 30% off the first year of your annual first class membership.

Merry christmas and happy new year 2018 to everyone, and let’s keep in touch again soon!

Third version of the website now available

As previously explained, Logmyflight has now been online for almost a year and a half and to celebrate this new milestone, a brand new version of the website has just been pushed live for everyone. This second major update features an improved design, along with better loading times and several new features, such as:

  • A new upgrade system and reduced prices for all the upgraded memberships.
  • The possibility to keep track of the age of the aircrafts taken, along with the sequence numbers of your flights.
  • When adding a flight, a new button will allow you to prefill some of the fields corresponding to the return-leg of your flight.
  • A new button has been added, to animate your flights on several different vector maps.
  • Four new achievements will be available for you to unlock.
  • Improved password protection, on both the settings and data pages.
  • The public reviews will now be linked to a single flight (meaning that when you modify your flight, you can modify the public review you left as well).

To celebrate the launch of this new version and the Cyber Monday, you can currently use both the CYBERFIRSTYEAR and CYBERLIFETIME discount codes to upgrade your account for 30% off the regular price. Hurry up though, since this offer is only valid until the first of December.

Logmyflight v3.0 coming soon!

Logmyflight has now been online for almost a year and a half and to celebrate this new milestone, a brand new version of the website is expected to be released soon. The coding of this major update is almost completely over and, if everything goes according to our plans, we plan to release this new version to everyone when most of the annoying bugs have been chased and corrected (hopefully, around the beginning of December).

A new landing page has been built for this occasion, while the design has been revised and will feature a less-agressive dominant blue color. The weight of all the pages has moreover been reduced and the code has been completely revised from the ground up, resulting in better loading times and security throughout the website. It will also offer some additional features to all the users, such as :

  • A new upgrade system and reduced prices for all the upgraded memberships.
  • The possibility to keep track of the age of the aircrafts taken, along with the sequence numbers of your flights.
  • When adding a flight, a new button will allow you to prefill some of the fields corresponding to the return-leg of your flight.
  • A new button has been added, to animate your flights on several different vector maps.
  • Four new achievements will be available for you to unlock.
  • Improved password protection, on both the settings and data pages.
  • The public reviews will now be linked to a single flight (meaning that when you modify your flight, you can modify the public review you left as well).

Add a flight screenshot

More news about this update are coming soon, so stay in touch!

Jet It Up import functionality

As explained previously, most of the major flight loggers available on the internet offer you an option to export your flights in a CSV format. This is the perfect way to get to know Logmyflight, since you can import all this data to your personal account in under two minutes, by visiting the settings page.

Jet It Up importation available

This feature was already available since last year for the CSV files from FlightDiary and OpenFlights, but has now been upgraded to also have support for the CSV files coming from Jet It Up. We will add support for importing data from other sources in the future, so, stay in touch!

New profile page

We have just added a new profile page to every user’s account. You can use this feature starting today by visiting this link. This new page allows you to :

  • Discover a summary of your own account (main maps, charts and awards earned).
  • Share your profile with friends and family members, using Facebook, Twitter, Google + or your personal link.
  • Check out some other user’s account summary.

Of course, you can also switch to a private mode by visiting your settings page. This will make your profile private, so that no one will ever be able to get access to any private information you logged.

OpenFlights importation

As explained in the previous post, most of the major flight loggers available on the internet offer you an option to export your flights in a CSV format. This is the perfect way to get to know Logmyflight, since you can import all this data to your personal account in under two minutes, by visiting the settings page.

Openflights

This feature was already available for the CSV files from FlightDiary, but has now been upgraded to also have support for the CSV files from OpenFlights. We will add support for importing data from other sources in the future, so, stay in touch!