Your flight currency is determined by flight activity, qualifying events (IE: IPC), and having aircraft profiles properly set up.
If your currency items aren’t showing the values you expect, the following steps should resolve the conflict:
1. AIRCRAFT PROFILES: Make sure you have a complete aircraft profile set up for each aircraft you have in your logbook. Pay particular attention to:
A. Category/Class selections. Select the category and class for each aircraft profile used in your logbook. For example, a Caravan on floats should be "Airplane Single Engine Sea (ASES)" and a Citation should be "Airplane Multi Engine Land (AMEL)."
Image 1. Be sure to set up the proper Category and Class.
B. Gear Type: Select a gear type for each aircraft profile used on your logbook. For example, a Piper Cub would be "Fixed Tailwheel (FC)" and a Mooney would be "Retractable Tricycle (RT)."
Image 2. Be sure to select the proper gear type.
2. LANDINGS: Verify landing counts on your recent flight entries.
Image 3. Verify your landing counts are entered.
3. APPROACHES/HOLDS: Instrument currency is predicated on approaches and holds entered into your logbook. Verify you’ve logged these within the preceding 6 months
Image 4. Be sure to enter your approaches and holds.
4. QUALIFYING EVENT: Select any events that contribute to currency. For example, use the “IPC” flight tag to mark a checkride or IPC/ICC that should reset your instrument currency.
Image 5. Enter any qualifying events.
5. CURRENCY SUMMARY: Airplane and ASEL currency are shown by default. Tap the “Add currency summary” button to add other currency types.
Image 6. Add currency tracking items.