This Fall, we plan on releasing cloud synchronization for Takedown Scoring and Stats.
Benefits of Takedown cloud synchronization:
- All users for a team have the same data. No more exporting/importing files
- Off device, automatic backup. No more manual backups.
Another benefit of our cloud sync implementation is that all the current Takedown features remain intact. Internet connectivity is not required to score matches, record video or generate reports. Also, all of your cloud-sync'd Takedown data is private -- it is not accessible without your login credentials.
Takedown cloud synchronization requires each team login with an email address and password. Fortunately, if you've registered for Takedown LIVE, we can use those login credentials for cloud synchronization, too.
To make the transition to Takedown cloud synchronization as simple as possible, here are a few things you should do in advance of this upcoming Fall release:
- If your team is registered for Takedown LIVE, make sure you have your login credentials and password. See Takedown LIVE in the Social section in the app.
- If your team is not registered for Takedown LIVE, do that now. You don't need to publish any scoring activity to Takedown LIVE, all you need to do is register. Keep a record of your email/password credentials. See Takedown LIVE in the Social section of the app.
When you update to the cloud sync release in the fall, we'll automatically use your Takedown LIVE credentials to securely create your synchronized cloud database.
Of course, if you don't have Takedown LIVE credentials, you'll have the opportunity to create an account/password combination for your team.
As we've posted previously, it is a very, very, very good idea to use a team-focused email address rather than a personal email address for creating Takedown credentials. Athletes, managers, parents and coaches move on and retrieving credentials from people who are no longer associated with your program can be painful.
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