Announcing the rollout of Mobile Scoring for all those sports currently using online results version 6.
You’ve probably already seen the extraordinary rebuild of our
online results functionality, which is making it easier for
Administrators and clubs to record results of games remotely throughout
Of course that is pretty beefed up functionality, and it has been used widely over recent years.
To take it up a notch, we today announce the rollout of Mobile Scoring for all those sports currently using online results version 6.
would be for all users from AFL, Rugby league, Football, Hockey and
Touch Football – so thousands of you! As other sports move to this
version (Online Results V6) you also will have access to these tools.
What does it mean?
means within the next two weeks, those who normally update results from
games, can do so on any mobile device that is Internet enabled (smart
phone, iPad etc.) for period by period updates of those games.
at quarter time or half time you can give a summary of goals or
touchdowns or trys and a live score for that stage of the game.
Where does it go?
Easy, we’ve always had live scores displaying in our detailed results section on our websites. So this goes there.
it can also be tweeted instantly. So, put in the goals or trys, update
the period score, and then tweet it on your club twitter account so the
league and all your twitter followers can get the score straight away.
What does it look like?
This is not just our
normal online results page on your mobile phone, this is specifically
rendered for mobile devices, again, taking advantage of our responsive design approach, which means it will look and work great on any sized screen.
How do we access this?
This is already switched on for all Leagues. For a step by step guide on how to implement this at your League or Club, simply click here for more information.
From there, while we think you will work it out for
yourself, it is pretty simple…. any club administrator can access their
home game on online results on their smartphone, start scoring, start
tweeting and everyone is in the know.
We hope you like this, and
please do us a favour. If you are tweeting your scores, let us know so
we can follow you back and help you get the word out from our Twitter
account here: www.twitter.com/sportingpulse.