I am using QGIS with a USB GPS to capture lat/long of utility locations. I have created a .csv file with a few fields e.g. address, cross st, id number, etc. and made it "editable". When I locate a utility item I utilize the the live GPS "add point" feature. QGIS adds the Lat/long (X/Y) to the first two columns of the file and "prompts" for the information from my .csv file. I can then save the file as a .csv and I have the attributes with lat/long.
Is there an "easy" way to have QGIS add/include the altitude "Z" along with the lat/long? Would this require a special script, etc.?