Because it's confusing now.2 votes
The totally random standings for progressive strikes tournaments are all fixed!
1st - zero strikes
2nd - one strike
3rd - 2 strikes
4th - 3 strikes
27 strikes you're out.7 votes
This is now complete. You can now choose “progressive strikes” as an option when creating a group knockout tournament (it’s under “number of strikes in four-player groups”).
Would be neat if TDs could:
* Add remove players from groups at will (e.g. to add a late player or remove a player that left during a round)
* Create new groups from scratch (e.g. if many players show up late)15 votes
I have completed the first and most important portion. It’s now possible to modify players in groups.
Click the “cog” icon for a group and pick “Modify players”. Here are you swap out players in the group with other players.
I’ve placed the second porion about creating/removing entire groups in a new idea posted here: https://matchplay.uservoice.com/forums/595996-general/suggestions/20503975-let-tds-create-and-remove-groups-at-will
Make IFPA submission results numerically line up with the required IFPA format.
Currently matchplay would rank three people tied for 5th as 5th place but should be 6th for sumbissions7 votes
For rounds in progress, the API currently does not return any information about the players or player order assigned to an arena.
There is no player info for the arenas in progress, even though the players are shown on the normal Match Play page:
The players appear when the results of the round are entered. However, it'd be nice to get the players on an arena while it's in progress.
My use case is to use the API to easily display the current players on a Twitch stream.2 votes
Currently, if you mark a tournament as a "test tournament", the API is unable to retrieve info about that tournament, e.g.:
returns a 404 instead of the info. Unchecking the "test tournament" option allows the data to be retrieved. Test tournaments would be very helpful for playing around with the Match Play API.2 votes
This feature has been added!
If you have created duplicate players by accident it would be nice to be able to merge them together to avoid adding the wrong player to new tournaments.9 votes
You can now merge players. The one caveat is that the two players can’t have played in the same tournament (because you risk getting into a situation where a player is playing against the same player).
Don’t stress the details, MP will give you an audit of that’s going to happen before the merge goes through. To start merging players go to the global “Players” page and choose the “Merge players” sub tab
As a player, when I receive a notification for a new game via Slack, the truncated message that appears on my phone's lock screen includes the first few players, but I have to open the Slack application to get the full message with the arena listed last. If the arena were first, I would know which machine to head to without extra clicks (knowing all the players is secondary).1 vote
This suggestion has been implemented!
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