[Return to My Kid Scoreboard Help]
Keep track of points and foulds using the +Point and +Foul buttons
below the scoreboard.
If you make a mistake at any point tap the + / - button to enter correction
mode. When you are in correction mode, the buttons will appear red and will
subtract rather than add to the team totals. Tap the b>+ / - button again to
exit correction mode.
Use the +Time button to advance the time bar. Each segment of the time
bar represents 1/4 of the time within the period. When you advance the time
bar the first time you will be prompted to specify whether the game has four
quarters or two halves like this:
When you advance the time bar to the end of a period (quarter or half), you
will be prompted to confirm the end of the period like this:
You can indicate which team has the possession arrow by tapping on the
"POSS" at the top of the scorebaord. The first time you tap "POSS" you will see
a dialog where you can choose the team that has the possession arrow. Each
subseqent tap on "POSS" will switch the arrow to the other team.
If you have provided your kid's name as part of the Game Setup,
the "My Kid" area will be visible above the Action Area.
The My Kid area will always have a "Position" button with which you can specify
the position that your kid is currently playing. If your kid is not on the floor,
choose "Bench." When your kid is on the floor you will see an additional
Play... button in the My Kid area that allows you to enter game stats for
NOTE: There is an option in the Game Setup that controls whether entering
points and foulds for your kid also updates the team stats.
You can keep track of stats for more than one kid by entering each kid name
separated by commas in the "My Kid(s)" field in the Game Setup.
If you have done this, you will see an additional Kid button in the My Kid
area that lets you switch between the kids. If you have just two kids, each press
of the button will switch to the other kid. If you have more than two kids, each
press of the button will display a menu for you to choose which kid to display.
Tapping on the kid's name will always move to the next kid whether there are two or more.
If you want to let followers know more details than the app can provide, you can send
information in a "highlight." Think of a highlight as a text message to followers.
To record a highlight, tap anywhere in the highlight area (just below the scoreboard),
enter the highlight text and then tap the "Done" button (on the keyboard).
The highlight text will be cleared when the highlight is successfully sent.
If an error occurs sending the highlight, the Broadcast Button will show
"Error" and the text will remain so you can try again.