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Filtering and Sorting
I'd like to be able to filter and sort on any (and multiple nested) database parameter combo, to trim and order database hits to a much more customised form. Can you: Set the net table column headers to become sort controls Enable user selection of which database items appear in the report table Make the above sticky per user Create a nested search utility Regards Rich / M7GET
Add additional sections
Can you add additional sections for creating/editing nets for P25, NXDN, M17, and an "Other" section in case if none of the listed modes apply?
New nets default to 160m
Submitted 2 nets via mobile device and they display as 160m. Do not see a spot to edit this.
Add basic text formatting to net description
Paragraphs, bold, italic. Markdown support might be a good option.
Allow Multiple Repeaters Per Net
several repeaters in my area are linked via RF, allowing the same net to be accessed on multiple repeaters, so listing multiple repeaters for a single net could be handy
Multiple bands selected - shows as 'Internet'
Hi. I've been adding all of the Scottish Nets I can think of. However when some nets are held on different bands (for example the GB2RS Nets), they show up as 'Internet' in the listings, which may confuse some people. Is there any way of listing the bands as they're set out? Many thanks for a great website which I'm encouraging people in G and GM to make use of. 73 de Michael GM5AUG.
Group nets by ARRL Division Sections
Could be a way for users to quickly locate regional nets. https://www.arrl.org/sections-by-divisions
Allow selecting whether net follows local time or UTC
The past several years some nets I participate in remain starting at the same UTC time through Daylight and Standard time changes. I'd like to see a key added that indicates whether the net starts on local or UTC time. The Web site should be able to indicate the changed start time when the switch is made from Daylight to Standard time and vice versa. Nate
Add blanks for URLs for club, repeater, net
Some nets are so long-established that they have their own web pages (though I cannot cite any examples at the moment). If a net is sponsored by a club, there should be an easy way to click on the URL of that club. Ditto the repeater web page; perhaps add a click box to do a quick reference to the Repeaterbook page of that repeater.