Organise your QFF and other Programs: Miletracker

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Do you use any programs to track your FF points

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  1. QF WP

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    I have always had trouble with keeping all my FF programs (with QF being my largest - keeping this thread on topic too :D ;) ) and worried that I would lose miles (like I did with my previous Hyatt membership which then timed out and I lost the accrued points).

    When logging onto Flyertalk last night, I looked down to one section (MilesBuzz) and the latest topic caught my eye. After reading the entire thread, I downloaded the program.

    This freeware program is just too good not to share with everybody here:
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    Miletracker

    I downloaded it last night and can't believe how good it is. Never will you forget your paswords and not be able to access yours (and family/friends) multiple FF program data.

    You can read my rave review on Page 3.

    Do yourself a favour. To access the full thread, click here (initially program was in German, but along came the English version). Even better, the owner/deveoper is an FT'er who posts to the topic.
     
  2. straitman

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    Thanks Lindsay.

    This looks to be absolutely perfect. (although I agree with your comments about AMEX)

    :D :) :eek: 8) :lol: :wink:
     
  3. NM

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    I have an every growing Excel Spreadsheet to keep a track of things. Not as swish as some of the dedicated tools, but its always been available to me and I can extract the info I want.

    And I use TravelPal on my Palm Pilot to keep my travel reservation information (flight details, hotel and car reservations) with me at all times. Its quite a neat Palm application. Also good for changing the Palm's clock to the local timezone of wherever I am, which is handy since my PP is also my alarm clock and diary.
     
  4. QF WP

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    I too have an ever growing Excel spreadsheet of every flight I have taken since 1987, but for current points balances summarised from all programs in one view, I love this new application.

    Alas, my Palm is an old one (not colour) and I only use it when I travel...
     
  5. NM

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    I too have a very old Palm. Last year I upgraded from a Palm III/E to a Palm III/XE! But it has a diary with reminders (essential for me) and runs TravelPal very well. Solitaire is also ok on the mono screen :wink: .
     
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    My Palm is an m500, unfortunately can't tell any more than that...(you can tell i'm technologically challenged :oops: )
     
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