Not trying to be vain or anything here, but i put together a little flight scheduling tool with a logbook in Google Sheets, and wanted to offer it to anyone else who might be interested in having something like this! Personally I love it for scheduling flights during my day (that’s oftentimes filled with other things, namely, a little thing called “life”). I designed it with Flightradar24 in mind. Say you find a particular aircraft on FR24 with three or four legs that day that you would like to fly in IF (or any sim, for that matter). Go into the spreadsheet, put the current date, the tailnumber of the plane you find, the aircraft type, each of the legs you intend to fly, your estimated en route time (easily figured on Skyvector), and your desired departure time, ie, “OUT”, or pushback time. The spreadsheet will go to work, figure your wheels up time, wheels down time, IN/ON block time, or gate arrival time, depending on what you call it. It will find your total block time and fuel required (block fuel plus minimum reserves-coming soon… just thought of it!) as well. In the next field is ATA, Actual Time of Arrival (self-explanatory), and the next is REPORT, where you write your airtime. The next three fields calculate your airtime in the past week, month, and Total Time (TT). Week and Month fields are references for the spreadsheet to do all its magic with totaling your times.
Sound interesting? If you want it, let me know!
Ps. Recommend using it on another device for obvious reasons! ;)