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Do you like lakes? — plitvice lakes (GC1FNKR) — Geocache der Woche!

15. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Absolutely gorgeous! Photo by geocacher Brainburned Geocache Name: plitvice lakes (GC1FNKR) Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 2/1.5 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: Beautiful places like these don't form overnight. It takes thousands of years of geologic processes for beauty to evolve out of rocks and water. While photos may enable you to appreciate the vibrant colors and incredible scenery, an EarthCache like this one gives you an appreciation for the processes behind the beauty by teaching you about the sequences that took place to form it. What geocachers have to say: “We had tour around beautiful lakes. Whole day we walked around the park. Lots of pictures were taken and beutiful places were seen. Thanks for the earth.” – Legsa^ “Its so beautiful there and the sun was shining the whole day! We had a very nice time here! TFTC” – Schesn “Daily trip together with DieterRoland from Drvar – Bihac – Plitvice Lakes. Perfect weather, visiting historical sites, beautiful landscape and an impressive scenery here in the National park. TFTC!” – Steveeeee Photos: This view is ok, I guess. Photo by geocacher rum.burak One of the pathways through the lakes. Photo by geocacher zansquare The lakes and waterfalls. Photo by geocacher Suikerbossies What was the last thing you learned from an EarthCache? Tell your story and post photos in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Announcing the April 2015 – Geocacher des Monats

14. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

The April 2015 nominees for the celebrated Geocacher of the Month award run the gamut of what it means to be a legendary geocacher. For Marchand de cailloux, it means crafting intricate, clever, beautiful wood caches. For Zugführer, it means organizing Cache-Events that repeatedly draw dozens of old and new geocachers alike. For hoosiersunshine & FailedApparatus it means inventing a highly popular local geocaching trivia night complete with customized trophy. The featured Geocacher of the Month is named by a panel at Geocaching HQ after reviewing community input and blog comments. It's a tough decision, given the combined contributions of these folks to the geocaching community as a whole. All the nominees will receive special prize packages from Geocaching HQ, but only one will receive the elusive Geocacher of the Month Geocoin. The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month Geocoin. After tallying the sentiment and reading the comments, hoosiersunshine & FailedApparatus have been officially named the featured Geocachers of the Month for April 2015. ‘Caching team hooserisunshine and FailedApparatus have made a big impression on the the geocaching community in North and South Carolina with their regular geocaching trivia events, ‘It's All Just Trivial!' Though the geocaching trivia nights were spawned as a way to spice up regular Cache-Events, they've since become an institution. The winning team at an ‘It's All Just Trivial' event take home medals and sometimes a trophy – both of which were created by hoosiersunshine and FailedApparatus. Geocacher Beth Andrews says, “Hands down… my vote is for Hoosiersunshine and FailedApparatus. Not just for the great and wonderful things they have done with geocaching trivia around the whole South East…., but with geocaching as a whole. From fun hides to hair pulling puzzle caches to just being great people. I'm honored they are part of my geocaching family and no two people deserve this more than those two.” Echoing her sentiments, Matt Norris says, “Hoosiersunshine and Failedapparatus are the best nominees I could think of for this! Anyone who has ever been to an “It's All Just Trivial” event knows that this would be incredibly well deserved. Those who have not can't even imagine what those two have put into these events! Not only fun trivia, but everything from fully stocked caches, to unactivated geocoins and everything in between as prizes to every person who attends. And every person who wins gets a real gold medal! They bring fun geocaching events to a new level that I have never seen. Amazing people bringing fun not only to SC and NC, but they've traveled to host these events in GA, FL and VA too!” Thank you to all the April 2015 Geocacher of the Month nominees for your tireless efforts to bring joy to other geocachers. Three cheers for legendary geocachers! Know an outstanding geocacher who should be recognized? Nominate them for next month's award! [...]

Schnall Dich an! Hier fängt Deine Reise zu sechs neuen Souvenirs an.

12. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Jeder Road-Trip braucht einen Partner Imbiss? Eingepackt.Musik? Dabei.Partner? Das ist der Punkt, an dem wir ins Spiel kommen. Wir werden über die nächsten paar Monate alle bei einem Geocaching-Abenteuer mitmachen, um 15 Jahre Geocaching zu feiern. Dabei wirst Du die Chance haben, sechs neue Souvenirs für Dein Geocaching-Profil zu erhalten. Um Dich bereit zu machen, melde Dich an für Deinen Partner beim Geocaching-Road-Trip-‘15. Du wirst dann E-Mails erhalten mit den ersten Darstellungen der kommenden Souvenirs sowie Tipps und Tricks, wie man diese erhalten kann, vom Geocaching-Hauptquartier. Melde Dich hier für Deinen Partner beim Geocaching-Road-Trip-‘15 an. [...]

Between a rock and…more rocks. — Pit Stop (GC5RM5D) — Geocache der Woche

8. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Yahtzee! Geocache Name: Pit Stop (GC5RM5D) Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 2.5/2 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: This geocache is a perfect example of being extremely creative, while staying within the guidelines. The guidelines state that geocachers must not dig when finding or placing a geocache—however, like with this geocache, piling rocks on top of the geocache provides the same feel as a buried cache, without needing a shovel. What geocachers have to say: “Wow another GREAT cache from the CO!!! Dude you guys ROCK!!! Thanks for another creative cache. Keep up the great work!” – I C IT “Awesome set up!, this one took some werk by the CO to get this made and installed, a nickname for this one should be “patience” haha, that's what it takes to get er' done. great cache and of coarse another FAV point!, will definitely recommend to others. Thanks for a fun well done cache!!!” – bajatym “Another really nice job on this cache! A favorite point for certain. THX 4 the fun!” – Smoochersmom What the geocache hider, Adam_710, has to say: Well i have always liked the trickier geocaches and wanted to build something i haven't seen.. Ive always grown up around cars and a bottle jack was the first thing that came to mind, so i wanted to build around that. The construction from the mental design, to the physical product took about two weeks..the hardest part was the drawing and concepts. The physical build took two days. Honesty i love getting the favorite points for these hides, thats what makes me want to keep coming up with better geocaches! The reactions are great to the pitstop, it just takes a lot of turning lol Honestly its all for [geocachers]! I really enjoy reading the comments of the caches and there thoughts about how it was conctructed. Don't forget to look for the ones are out there and ones that are coming out soon Photos: The geocache uncovered. Where the logbook hides Between a rock and more rocks. What's the best geocache camouflage you've ever seen? Tell your story and post photos in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Mach mit beim Geocaching-Road-Trip-‘15

5. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Während der nächsten Monate werden wir uns alle auf eine Geocaching-Reise begeben, um 15 Jahre Geocaching zu feiern. Du wirst die Gelegenheit haben, fünf Geocaching-Aufgaben zu erfüllen. Für jede davon erhälst Du ein Souvenir für Dein Geocaching-Profil. Sobald Du alle fünf zusammen hast, bekommst Du dafür noch ein sechstes, ganz spezielles Souvenir. Die Aufgaben werden nacheinander freigeschaltet und Du hast bis zum 2. September Zeit, diese zu erfüllen und das entsprechende Souvenir dafür zu bekommen. Also packe Deine Sachen, nimm ein paar Snacks mit und erstelle Dir eine Playlist Deiner Lieblingslieder für den Road-Trip, denn hier sind Deine Aufgaben und ihre Startdaten: 19. Juni – 2. September – Finde einen Geocache mit mehr als 10 Favoritenpunkten. 3. Juli – 2. September – Nimm an einem regulären Event, einem MEGA oder einem GIGA teil. 17. Juli – 2. September – Finde einen T5- oder D5-Geocache. 31. Juli – 2. September – Erledige einen EarthCache oder nimm an einem CITO teil. 14. August – 2. September – Finde einen Rätsel-Cache. Bevor Du loslegst, lass Dir sagen, dass kein Road-Trip durchzuhalten ist, ohne einen vertrauenswürdigen Partner an der Seite. Melde Dich unten an, und wir benachrichtigen Dich, wenn eine neue Aufgabe veröffentlicht wurde. Wir werden Dir dann auch hilfreiche Hinweise und Tipps für diese fantastische Reise schicken. Email address: First Name: Last Name: By clicking Sign Up, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. [...]

History and beauty in one spot — SS: Lusitania (GC2D9WC) — Geocache der Woche

1. Mai 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Just incredible! Photo by geocacher Suikerbossies Geocache Name: SS: Lusitania (GC2D9WC) Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 1.5/2 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: Geocaching can bring us to beautiful places, as well as teach us about the history of an area—this geocache does both. Ground zero gives you sweeping views of the Cape of Good Hope. You can see the crystalline blue water and sandy beaches for miles. By reading the geocache's description, you'll also learn about the history of this area—a tragic shipwreck took place just off shore. What geocachers have to say: “Easily found while visiting the Cape. Very nice hide, very very nice spot!” – AlteGurke “While a great tour we found this Cache together with xhanmanx! Great spot, thanks a lot for hiding! Greetings from Germany!!!” – LÖ8277 “Had a few trips up and down the stairs until I found the right direction to go. This is a great area for sightseeing. I went to Cape Horn last year and now I've been to the Cape of Good Hope. Cool! Thanks for putting a cache here.” – kayst Photos: Scenery + history. Photo by geocacher flyMIK Even when there is no view, the view is still amazing. Photo by geocacher josan08 The beach. Photo by geocacher flyMIK Epic view from GZ. Photo by geocacher Geo Peet What has been the most interesting piece of history you've learned through geocaching? Tell your story and post photos in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Nominate the April 2015 Geocacher of the Month

30. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

This month's nominees for the very special Geocacher of the Month award take the geocaching cake for their contributions to the game we love. Among them are a geocaching event organizer extraordinaire, the founders of a popular geocaching trivia series, and a maker of intricate and clever wooden caches. The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month Geocoin. The decision won't be easy. Luckily, we have you to help. Post your vote below and let us know who you think should take home the earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month Geocoin (at left). March 2015 Geocacher of the Month, Schlurie Although all the nominees will receive prizes, the featured Geocacher of the Month will receive the exclusive special edition Geocoin, a Geocacher of the Month hat and a profile icon. They'll also receive a certificate that recognizes their contributions, signed by two of the founders of Schlurie was the March 2015 Geocacher of the Month. Of Schlurie, Geo-Tootles says, “There are lots of cachers outside in the woods, searching for caches, for great and for special moments. But without having creative owners these experiences would be reduced to a minimum. Schlurie spent months of crafting new hides, this time with an incredible range of different bird-houses to let cachers smile and especially children laugh.” Now it's your turn to decide which geocacher should be further recognized. Read the profiles of this month's three nominees, and write a supportive comment below this post describing why you think this person should be recognized. A panel from Geocaching HQ will then use your comments to help guide the decision of which geocacher is awarded the Geocacher of the Month honor. Here are your nominees for April 2015 Geocacher of the Month. Zugführer hoosiersunshine & FailedApparatus Marchand de cailloux Comment below to tell us who you think should be the April 2015 Geocacher of the Month. Know an outstanding geocacher who should be recognized? Nominate them for next month's award! [...]

Du bist nur noch Stunden entfernt von einem neuen Souvenir!

25. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Freu Dich über 15 Jahre Geocaching Der 2. Mai steht für den 15. Jahrestag, an dem Geocaching begann. Geh raus und finde irgendeinen Geocache, um das spezielle 15-Jahre-Geocaching-Souvenir zu erhalten. Außerdem finde heraus, was Deine Geocaching-Mission für den Sommer sein wird. Mit der neuen Suchroutine haben wir drei bisherige Funktionen zusammengefasst, um die Suche nach dem Geocache, den Du finden willst und mit dem Du ein Souvenir erhalten kannst, mit einem Klick zu vereinfachen. Klick einfach die Box, um ein Event in der Nähe zu finden, den ältesten Geocache in Deiner Nähe oder die Geocaches mit den meisten Favoritenpunkte im Umkreis. Probier es gleich mal aus. [...]

Mach Dich bereit! Aktionsreiche Wochenenden stehen bevor!

18. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

In den nächsten zwei Wochen: CITO-Wochenende und 15 Jahre Geocaching Vom 24.-27. April treffen sich Geocacher aus aller Welt bei Events, um die Landschaft zu säubern, Bäume zu pflanzen oder eingewanderte Arten zu entfernen und ein Souvenir zu bekommen. Suche im Eventkalender nach CITO-Events in Deiner Umgebung. Vergiss Dein “Will Attend”-Log nicht, damit die Organisatoren wissen, dass Du kommst. Finde ein CITO-Event in Deiner Nähe Nächstes Wochenende feiert Geocaching am 2. Mai seinen 15. Jahrestag. Geh raus und suche einen Geocache – einen beliebigen Geocache – und Du erhälst das 15 Jahre-Geocaching-Souvenir. Außerdem kannst Du Deine Geocaching-Mission für den Sommer entdecken. Finde einen Geocache in Deiner Nähe [...]

And the March 2015 Geocacher of the Month is…

16. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

The time has come. Earlier this month, three outstanding geocachers were nominated for March 2015's Geocacher of the Month award. A winner has been chosen, but first, let's take a look at the nominees. Schlurie is famous in Rheinland-Pfalz for creating fun and inspiring geocache hides. His particular specialty is birdhouse caches, which have generated a lot of “WOW” moments for geocachers over the years. Fivebales is a geocaching team from Idaho, whose behind-the-scenes work for an amazing annual Mega Event and their local geocaching organization has gone a long way in strengthening the local geocaching community. chuck80196 is always willing to help another geocacher out, and if you know him he is probably number one on your PAF (Phone A Friend) list. He has over 880 FTFs (first-t0-finds) and of late holds back to allow others the chance to get their first FTF…especially if he has already gotten his geocache for the day. Although it's tough, there has to be a winner. Say congratulations to the March 2015 Geocacher of the Month, Schlurie! Our March 2015 Geocacher of the Month is based in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Schlurie sets an incredible example as a geocacher maker, maintainer, and finder. His contributions to the local geocaching community are best described by local geocachers, like Geo-Tootles, who sing his praises: “There are lots of cachers outside in the woods, searching for caches, for great and for special moments. But without having creative owners these experiences would be reduced to a minimum. Schlurie spent months of crafting new hides, this time with an incredible range of different bird-houses to let cachers smile and especially children laugh. Next to that he had to organize everything else with the local forestry commision office to determine the spots for placing the hides. All that time he could have spent for searching caches by himself, but statistic seem not important for him, much more important is giving other cachers a great time during their trips. Being that unselfish is the reason for my wholehearted vote. And even if he will not be decorated with this little award … every single cacher in our area will know exactly that he will look forward to the next Schlurie-caches.” Schlurie's birdhouse geocaches have garnered a lot of attention (and favorite points) from geocachers far and wide. One needs only to read the last few logs on his cache, “VHT 11 schlüsselfertiges Mehrfamilienhaus,” to get a sense of how carefully crafted his hides are. This particular cache earned 75 favorite points in less than two months. As a geocache finder, Schlurie goes to great lengths — and heights — to sign a logbook. He's found a whopping 440 T5 (terrain 5) geocaches. In recognition of his contributions to geocaching, Schlurie will receive a prize package from Geocaching HQ, which includes the earned, never-for-sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoin. Send your congratulations to Schlurie! The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month Geocoin. If you know an outstanding geocacher who should be considered for the honor next month, simply fill out this webform. You'll need to include the following information: Your name, the name of your nominee, their username A picture of the nominee Description (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Featured Geocacher of the Month Please inform your nominee that you have submitted them for the award. Once Geocaching HQ has received the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so that we might learn from each other. [...]

Jetzt schlägt die Stunde der Geocache-Owner!

14. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Du hast Deinen ersten Geocache versteckt. Und wie geht es weiter? Geschafft! Du hast den coolsten, kreativsten Geocache aller Zeiten versteckt und alle Richtlinien eingehalten, nicht wahr? Na, damit endet der Spaß aber noch nicht. Als Geocache-Owner bist Du verantwortlich dafür, Deinen Geocache zu warten und kontinuierlich zu betreuen. Deswegen ist das Verstecken bloß der Anfang Deiner Karriere als Geocache-Owner. Lies diese 9 Tipps zur kontinuierlichen Betreuung des coolsten und kreativsten Geocaches aller Zeiten. Um weitere Informationen darüber zu erhalten, wie man einen Geocache versteckt oder ein Event veranstaltet, schau Dir die neue Seite dazu an. Danach nimm an diesem Quiz teil, um Dein Fachwissen zu testen. [...]

Das gocacher-Premieren-Event: Es geht auch ohne Statistikpunkt

12. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Das Procedere für Events in der Geocaching-Community ist normalerweise nahezu standardisiert und umfasst die verschiedensten Aspekte zwischen Location-Suche und Listing-Veröffentlichung. Dass es dabei zu dem ein oder anderen Problem kommen kann, ist kein Geheimnis. Es geht aber auch anders und … Weiterlesen → [...]

If you build it, they will cache. — “1988 Field of Dreams” (GC359Z4) — Geocache der Woche

10. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

If you build it, they will cache. Photo by geocacher RVtrvlkids Geocache Name: “1988 Field of Dreams” (GC359Z4) Difficulty/Terrain Rating: 1.5/1.5 Why this is the Geocache of the Week: There are quite a few geocaches hidden at movie sets around the world, including the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. To celebrate the beginning of the 2015 Major League Baseball season in the United States, this geocache takes us to a pretty famous place in baseball history. If you've seen the 1988 film “Field of Dreams”, you'll most likely recognize exactly where this geocache is. What geocachers have to say: “I ended up completely altering my original plans just to visit here. I had originally planned to take 380 down to Cedar Rapids and then catch 80 out of Iowa. Then I remembered this site and decided to see where it was. Turns out, it wasn't too far off the route I was already on. So I just HAD to detour and check it out. Got here early in the morning. What a cool place! The cache took me way longer to find than it really should have, but I got it. Then I wandered down to the house and ballfield. Looks a lot different in winter than it did in the movie. I took the time to wander around and snap some photos and of course, walk the bases. Based on the footprints in the snow, I'm not the only one to do so recently. It is so cool that they preserved this place exactly how it appeared in the movie. How cool is that? I will have to return here some day when the field isn't partially covered in snow and the corn is actually up. Thanks for bringing me to this awesome location today!” – Tsmola “This was a focus cache, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I have seen this movie a few times, and seeing the movie set was thrilling! Walked around the bases, and wandered out into the corn field was exciting! Thanks so much for placing this cache, as I wouldn't have never seen this place without it.” – outsiders2 “Another must visit cache on our 7 day road trip with outsiders2 and Dr. House. We all remember watching the movie probably more than a few times. Took some time out of the schedule and became tourists and take many photos and even bought a few souvenirs. TFTC” – DDTKR What the geocache owner, The-DuHawks, have to say: On the favorite points and positive logs: “I think it is wonderful. It is a special place for me. In the final scene of the movie, when all the cars were driving, with their lights on, to the Field, my parents, who were in their 70's, were driving one of the cars. I find it unbelievable that, even after 25 years, there are 1,000's of people visiting the Field of Dreams every year.” Photos: Don't be afraid to come out and get a few hits in. Photo by geocacher Drew136 At the entrance. Photo by geocacher Hack1of2 The house from the movie. Photo by geocacher PJM (Iowa/Nederland) Check out this video of this geocache from the Geocaching Vlogger: Have you ever found a geocache at a movie set? Tell your story and post photos in the comments. Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks! [...]

Häufig Gestellte Fragen: Nachrichten-Center Beta

8. April 2015 // 0 Kommentare

Wir müssen es eingestehen: Auf war es bisher nicht immer einfach, andere Geocacher zu kontaktieren. Wir haben Euer Feedback ernst genommen und das nagelneue Nachrichten-Center Beta entwickelt. Mit dieser neuen Funktion kannst Du Nachrichten von senden und empfangen. Zum neuen Nachrichten-Center Warum wird das Nachrichten-Center eingeführt? Aus Erfahrung wissen wir, dass Geocaching zu einem intensiveren Erlebnis wird, wenn die Mitspieler untereinander kommunizieren. Deswegen wollten wir diesen Prozess vereinfachen. Unserer Meinung nach sollten die Herausforderungen nur beim Abenteuer “Geocaching” liegen, nicht aber in den Anwendungen, die man dafür verwendet. Worauf wartest Du also noch? Geh los und such nach einem EarthCache – wir versichern Dir, dass die nötige Übermittlung der Antworten auf die geforderten Fragen an den Cache Owner jetzt erheblich leichter sein wird! Nutze die neue Funktion, um jemanden, der den Geocaches bereits gefunden hat, mit der Bitte nach einem Hinweis anzuschreiben. Oder verwende das Nachrichten-Center, um mit Deinen Geocaching-Kumpels die nächste Wochenendtour zu planen. Wir wissen natürlich, dass noch nicht alles bis ins Detail ausgereift ist, weswegen wir gern Rückmeldungen von Dir entgegen nehmen und im Laufe der Zeit weitere Verbesserungen vornehmen werden. Insofern freuen wir uns, wenn Du an der Umfrage teilnimmst und uns Deine Meinung zum Nachrichten-Center mitteilst. Wo finde ich das Nachrichten-Center? Du hast jederzeit Zugriff auf das Nachrichten-Center, indem Du das Brief-Symbol in der rechten oberen Ecke der Website anklickst. Wie verschicke ich eine neue Nachricht an einen Mitspieler? Dafür gibt es eine coole Funktion, die den Namen automatisch vervollständigt: Tippe einfach einen Geocaching-Benutzernamen in das Suchfeld und wähle dann aus der Liste der vorgeschlagenen Benutzernamen aus. Jetzt kannst Du eine Nachricht schreiben! Ich möchte eine Nachricht löschen. Wie mache ich das? Derzeit können Benutzer Nachrichten nicht permanent löschen. Allerdings kannst Du die Funktion “Nachrichtenverlauf verbergen” nutzen, die dazu führt, dass dieser solange verborgen wird, bis Du erneut eine Nachricht mit dem betreffenden Benutzer austauschst. Wie kann ich verhindern, dass mich bestimmte Mitspieler anschreiben? Beim neuen Nachrichten-Center hast Du die Möglichkeit, andere Mitspieler zu blocken. Das betreffende Geocacher bekommt davon übrigens nichts mit. Wird das Nachrichten-Center auch bei der Geocaching-Intro-App verfügbar sein? Auf jeden Fall! Wir werden demnächst eine erste Version des Nachrichten-Centers bei der Geocaching-Intro-App für iPhone und Android verfügbar machen. Dadurch wirst Du auch von unterwegs schnell zu anderen Mitspielern Kontakt aufnehmen können. Warum kann ich nicht gleich den Inhalt einer Nachricht sehen, sobald ich eine Benachrichtigung darüber per E-Mail erhalte? Gute Frage: Es gibt eine technische Begrenzung dafür, wie eine Benachrichtigung ausgelöst wird. Du kannst auf diesen Punkt gern in der Umfrage zum Nachrichten-Center eingehen. Bekomme ich nun auch alle aktuellen Meldungen hinsichtlich Fund-Logs und Sofortbenachrichtigungen über das Nachrichten-Center? Nein! Nachrichten, die durch Aktionen im Spiel ausgelöst werden wie Fund-Logs oder Sofortbenachrichtigungen und Logeinträge zu Trackables werden weiterhin per E-Mail an die Adresse geschickt, die bei Deinem Geocaching-Benutzerkonto hinterlegt ist Bedeutet das, dass das bisherige Kontaktformular zum Versenden von Nachrichten an andere Benutzer entfernt wird? Nein! Diese Funktion wird für die absehbare Zukunft weiter bestehen bleiben und ist nach wie vor die sinnvollste Art, beispielsweise den regional für Dich zuständigen Community Volunteer Reviewer zu kontaktieren. Zugleich hoffen wir aber, dass Du auch der Meinung bist, dass das neue Nachrichten-Center eine effektive Methode ist, um sich mit anderen Geocachern auszutauschen! [...]
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