Anyone else using FsHub?

I just discovered it and its the perfect app/site for me to log my important flights and gain feedback on my flying.

I’ve been using it with MSFS and it seems like all/most features work. But the author states there is work to be done to get it fully compatable with MSFS. Maybe its Jet stuff because I fly GA piston props for the majority of my flights.

I did my first fully logged flight today.

https://fshub.io/pilot/3788/profile

First FAQ question below.

What is FsHub and what can it do for me?

FsHub (previously known as “LRMLive”) is a free online service that provides virtual pilot and airline flight tracking and performance monitoring services in “the cloud”, FsHub is compatible with Microsoft FS2004, FSX, FSX-SE, Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D (v1.x, v2.x, v3.x and v4.x) in addition to Laminar Research’s X-Plane 11.

FsHub provides free cloud storage for your virtual flights and in-flight screenshots.

In addition to tracking and storing flight reports, FsHub also provides airport information and virtual airline management.

All data stored on FsHub can be accessed via. our API’s which enables more advanced users to integrate our purpose built statistics platform.

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Seems interesting. MSFS 2020 has similar functionality in game with specific hours logged in each aircraft recorded as well as flight time and all that stuff.

I’m not a big airliners guy, but there seems to be a lot of value there! ?

I’m not a big airline guy either. I like this because it critiques my landing, it saves more data than the built in one, also I can edit out individual entries if I’m just testing something out.

How were you able to get it to work with msfs2020? I have it installed, pilot token entered, but won’t connect once I have msfs2020 running.

Do you have FSCUIP7 running? Its required.

Just stumbled on that requirement and now I do… working… thanks

I bought it today it’s nice but seems heavy on the fps

LRM and FsHub are free to use and do not interact with your sim to lower your FPS one bit. Are you confusing this with FsHuD?