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This blog post is our monthly(-ish) newsletter style blog post. has always been open, and to ensure that we stay open we want to use this newsletter to share information about what’s going on.

Recent changes

Since the previous As the Cache Turns, we’ve expanded the notes feature in the app. You can now add notes on all caches in the trip. If you upload the notes to, they will also be displayed both in the Post Trip Assistant and in the Task Answer feature. As usual, we’ve also fixed some bugs, and added new bugs to be fixed later. In addition to that, we also made the Cachetur Assistant and the app available in several new languages.

We have entered the “geocaching season”, which means that development slows down as geocaching take up much more of the time.

But our support is still as awesome as before, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or you need help.

The full changelog is available here.

Things we’re working on now

During the summer months, most of us are geocaching – just like other geocachers. So development slows down considerably. Summer means travel, which allows us to meet several of our awesome users – so don’t be afraid to say hello when you meet us at the next event!

A week ago, we attended the Vikingevent (Norwegian mega event) in Harstad, where we had a joint booth with GeoPod Norge (Norwegian geocaching podcast). We had a joint geocaching “social bingo”. This was a success, and we would be happy to work with GeoPod, or other geocaching related organizations, again. Thank you, GeoPod!


We are still doing stuff, and we are slowly working on improving the help center and other help resources.

Things we intend to work on soon

We have some minor things we have wanted to do for a long time, so we will mostly be doing minor adjustments and improvements over the next couple months.

We hope to be able to meet more of our users at events around the world, host more workshops and help more people learn how to get the most out of

Upcoming events

Attending a event, class, talk etc. is a nice way to learn more about the site. Our wonderful ambassadors, and even some really cool users, will be attending several events during the next months.

Event Region What
June 22nd
Event Cache GC859WV Midtsommer i Svorkbygda
Trøndelag, Noway class with
July 6th
Mega-Event Cache GC7N7ZC OZGeomuster 2019 The Gong
New South Wales, Australia presentation by
September 7th
Mega-Event Cache GC7TTNT GeocoinFest Europe 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom presentation by

Our economy

Running require a constant focus on our expenses, we want to provide you the best service we can, but we can’t consume more services than we are able to pay for.

Our economy looks good right now, but we still need continued support to keep operating. Thank you to all of you that have contributed!

Remember that all of us that work on this site (and app), including developer and all ambassadors, do this for free in our spare time. does not pay anyone 🙂 Positive feedback is the only pay we get, so please, do give us the feedback you think we deserve.

Other related news

Also remember the current and upcoming souvenirs:

  • Suvenirlogo International Geocaching Day 2019
    Celebrate geocaching! Log any geocache or attend an event on Saturday, August 17, 2019, and earn the International Geocaching Day souvenir.
  • Suvenirlogo CITO 2019, Season 2
    Earn a souvenir by attending a CITO event between September 1st and November 30th
  • Suvenirlogo International Earthcache Day 2019
    Get ready to rock the entire weekend of October 13th and 14th. Find and log any EarthCache to earn the International EarthCache Day souvenir.
  • Suvenirlogo GIFF Week 2019
    Attend an official GIFF event between November 7th and November 17th
  • Goodbye 2019
    Find a cache or attend an event on December 31st
  • Hello 2020
    Find a cache or attend an event on January 1st

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