Applying Filters Welcome to your Applying Filters Name Email for Results The DAILY LOG is in tabular form sorted by what?Alphabetical OrderNumerical by OperatorTimeA tick in the Cplt box indicates what?A vessel is overdue.The vessel is logged on correctly.A vessel has returned.The activity is completed and requires no more interaction.Are you permitted to print the DAILY LOG for your own records?NoYes but you can not take it from the Radio Room.Yes (with permission of the Radio Officer only)YesWhy do you use FILTERS?To help search for stuffTo save time when lookingAll are correctTo limit the search of data to a requested field.A vessel is on the long term log. Is it still on the Daily Log even if it not due back?YesNoA vessel calls for a radio check. Does it appear on the DAILY LOG?YesNoYou wish to find the details of activity of a certain day. Which filter is best to use?Scroll through the G-Log EntriesETR viewerThe Date FilterThe Vessel FilterA tick appears in the S/By column of the Daily Log. What should you do?Click the S/BY box in the DAILY LOG to complete the process.NothingSend the Report to the URC for action.The log entry is in Stand By mode. You should resolve this issue by finding the entry in the G-Log.The FILTER BY DATE lists every call made or received on the date selected, including the opening and closing calls.TrueFalseThe FILTER by STATION FROM button lists the call signs of vessels listed inside the database.FalseTrueTime is Up!