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If you are looking for a customizable online dive log solution, Airtable is an awesome platform for creating your own system of logging and tracking dives.
Founded in 2012, Airtable is a cloud-based collaboration tool that is part spreadsheet, part database. It is incredibly versatile and adaptable to suit the needs of nearly any type of logging, tracking, and organizational system you want to create.
One of Airtable’s community features is the Airtable Universe where you can take a look at how other people are using Airtable. You can explore bases, figure out how they set up different formulas, gather ideas on the type of information you want to track, and copy bases to use or customize for your own specific data collection or workflow reference.
With a free Airtable account, you can log thousands of dives and even attach images to each dive record to create memorable photo galleries. If you’re not sure how to set up an Airtable base for logging your dives, check out this Dive Log base created by Benjamin Ho for reference. You can copy the base and modify it to suit your needs.
Whether you are a recreational scuba diver, working on getting certified, or if you’re a professional diver who collects and tracks data for scientific research, use this Airtable tool as a starting point for logging your dives. You can also use Airtable to create a maintenance log for all of your scuba gear and more!