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Keyword Searching

{success.fa-thumbs-up} If you have us transcribe your logbooks, you can quickly search for anything in your maintenance records in a matter of seconds! Or, you can take the time to transcribe them yourself.

To search for and view all maintenance records, simply go to the Maintenance Records section found on the left hand side of your dashboard.


From there, you can type and phrase or keywords into the search box.

{primary} Notice that the words do not have to be found in the exact order in which they were searched! Also, take a moment to see that green circled word MX Entry underneath the right-hand column, Docs & Actions. In this case, the signature was provided via a scanned image, which may be downloaded by clicking that link called MX Entry. A single entry may have unlimited associated documents, all of which will appear in a similar fashion.

Date Searching

There are two ways to search for records by date:


There is by typing in the date in the YYYY-MM-DD format, for example searching for a record that happened on July 15th, 2004 may be found like this:


Or, the same record may be found by typing July 15h, 2004:

{primary} The Sort Dates button will automatically sort your records chronologically. By default, we show you the newest to oldest. Toggling Sort Dates will reverse that order.

Logbook Filtering

You can filter by a logbook to narrow your focus. This can be particularly handy if, for example, you want to search for an inspection or a part that you expect to only be found on the Engine logbook: