Do you guys log each and every leg in your master log book? It's time to update my logbook and though I of course log each leg in my daily/crew log, I'm trying to figure out a less tedious way to do this.
One day at a time... I write multiple ship no's in the A/C no, but sometimes, only the first A/C number of that day. I also write the name of the other pilot in the remarks section, and ask him/her to sign it. Just kidding.
I must be the oddball here. I do one entry per month in my master logbook. The monthly times are backed up with a leg-by-leg printout from ADPL and logbook pro. I sure hope I'm not screwing myself in the future here...
I do it the long & painful way...each & every leg with the "N" number & A/C Serial Number. If anything, it is fun to look back on the flight history. It also made quite a positive impression at my last interview.
I do one entry per day. I use either the first a/c I flew, or the one I flew most that day (the rest are in my little black book if I need to know that). To/from is the city I started in and the one I RON. In the remarks, I list the individual flight numbers with the city pairs, and the unfortunate FO.
I just interviewed at Delta, and they didn't have a problem with it. He spent a good bit of time in there looking at how many Christmasses I'd flown.