Last week, we shared a timeline of all of the projects completed in the past year at Geocaching HQ. Today, we’re excited to share seven stats from the geocaching community that capture the excitement of geocaching in 2017! From making new friends to finding new caches, watch the highlights of geocaching in 2017 in this one minute video.
When Geocaching.com was founded by three friends some 17 years ago, who would have guessed that geocaching would grow to a community of millions around the world?
Since then, we’ve learned a lot from our community. But one thing we’ve always known is that none of this would be possible without our supporters. It’s thanks to Premium members that we can maintain the global listing service on Geocaching.com, continue improving our mobile app, make data available to partner apps, provide community support, and build new tools for geocachers. As we reflect back on the past year, we’ve created a fun timeline to showcase all we’ve accomplished together in 2017!
With Signal’s trip to Australia only a few weeks away, it’s time to plan your events. Make sure to submit your Event Cache by January 12. Remember, you can earn the Australia Day 2018 souvenir by hosting or attending an event on January 26-28, 2018!
We’ve put together some tips to help spur inspiration for your own summer BBQ party–even if snow may be in the forecast for you.
Last May we announced that changes were coming to your Profile and Dashboard. However, this release was different. Instead of releasing big changes every few months we wanted to be agile and update features quickly to get them ready for you to play with. We listened to your feedback through surveys and the forums to tweak and adjust pages until they were just right.
Today we’re excited to announce another improvement to your Profile and Dashboard based on your feedback. You can now customize your “/my page” with your own cover image. To customize your image, visit your Profile Settings and upload a photo in the “Cover Photo” section. The new photo will only appear on the new version of the Profile and Dashboard on web.
Today, we’re excited to announce big improvements to the Edit Cache Listing page! It’s now easier to create cache pages with fewer issues so that caches are published more smoothly. For cache owners who have used the page for a long time, the changes might take some getting used to. But we’re confident that once you’re familiarized with the new page, you’ll find it much easier to get your cache pages ready for the community.