- Sep 19, 2020
There is a scoreboard, at least from what I am seeing.
DD's team went to Game Manager in the Spring..as far as I can tell we were the only team that switched...lol!!From the Game Manager app:
So, no scoreboard yet, but glad they’re working on it. They tried to force users off of GC last spring, but must have gotten resistance. This might be their play for extra functionality to prompt users to migrate to Manager.
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Yeah, we haven’t switched because everything I have looked at for the new app has been less than positive and not a big enough benefit to switch from GC. Streaming may finally do that but will have to see.DD's team went to Game Manager in the Spring..as far as I can tell we were the only team that switched...lol!!
If other teams in the area switch I am going to be upset since I follow them on my desktop sometimes and Team Manager doesn't have a desktop version (and I don't own a cellphone)....Yeah, we haven’t switched because everything I have looked at for the new app has been less than positive and not a big enough benefit to switch from GC. Streaming may finally do that but will have to see.
That is a great question. I do not see anywhere on Team Manager that asks you to buy anything (subscription). I think they got rid of that portion. We switched over after Summer ball was finished because I understood that everyone will be forced to migrate this fall. I preemptively did it to avoid doing it mid-season (might not be an issue).If my team (and bigger picture, all of our org) is setup on regular gamechanger, with a premium subscription, can that be transferred to Team Manager? Or are we starting over?
No thoughts on a booster. But keep in mind that WiFi will possibly add heat to your device, possibly leading to shutdowns. My suggestion would be, if you can't physically lay hands on the device is to get bigger/more cards and just let the thing run the whole game. Generally this produces less heat than WiFi.dont mean to hijack, but I have a somewhat related question. I have used a cheap gopro knockoff to video games in past from backstop (mostly as practice for older daughter, needed video of her in another sport for recruiting). before, used to sit somewhere relatively close to backstop, so was able to start stop easily on camera itself every half inning (makes the videos easier to manage, easier to find ceretain bits). now, with restrictions on where we can sit in some tournaments (ie everyone along OF fence), not going to be an option, and wifi on camera is at best 10 meters, I am at a quandry as to how to do stop/start camera. does anyone know of a portable wifi booster?