Your Builder Site Address and Logging into the Application Builder
Access the Profilersports/SMARTABASE application builder on-line, to create you own system to track your athletes and improve performance.
To access the Builder Site you need to type in "/builder" to the end of your application url
Access and Login to the Builder Site
On your internet web browser (such as Chrome or Firefox), type in the following address:
https://my.profilersports.co.uk/your-site-name/builder (for Profiler clients with data stored in the UK )
https://my.profilersports.com/your-site-name/builder (for Profiler clients with data stored in the US)
https://my.smartabase.co.uk/your-site-name/builder (for Fusion clients with data stored in the UK)
https://my.smartabase.com/your-site-name/builder (for Fusion clients with data stored in the US)
If your organisation hosts the software on their own application, you will be given a different site address to access the Builder Site.
The image above shows the Login Page to access the Builder Site for a website called fusionforms which is typed as: https://my.smartabase.com/fusionforms/builder
If you type in your address correctly you will be taken to the Login Page described in the step below
The Builder Login Page
Your Application Builder Page is password protected. To Login:
1. Use the Username and Password provided in your Welcome e-mail
2. Enter your Username in the "Username or Email" text box.
3. Enter your Password in the "Password" text box.
4. Press Login
The username and password need to be entered correctly and in the correct case. For example, the username of henry.bander needs to be entered in lowercase with a full stop between the first and last name.
If you are not sure what your Username is contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The My Applications List will appear and it displays the different Applications that you may have permission to access as a Builder
You will be taken to the My Applications Page which display all of the applications that you have access to change and update.
1. Click on the name of your application to be taken to the editing and set up options for that application
The following Builder Site Buttons will be available
Edit Application Details
Edit Application Theme
Event Pages. You will use this Module the most.
Event Pages: This is where you set up ALL of the event information that is entered by athletes, coaches, dieticians, doctors. These Events can range from physiological test, medical forms, daily monitoring forms to strength and conditioning forms. All of the "Event data" that you specify that you want to capture here is then available for you to capture, graph, analyse and produce reports for in your application.
Databases (a database can be used in an Event or Profile Form through a "Database" field)
Profile Pages-for Profile Information
Profile Pages: A Profile Form is used to record things such as contact information, mentors, long term goals, clothing sizes, medical contacts, administrative information etc. It is used to capture information that only changes 1-2 times per year and is also very important to pull through into the reports and other features on the application to limit data shown and improve reporting. The system does NOT keep a record of changes to this data, it only tracks and displays the most recent entry.
Performance Standards- create coloured performance ranges for the results entered into the Event Forms
Performance Standards: Allow you create the colour coded performance ranges that you can compare you data to. These are then available on the site to compare the athletes progress against the standards of performance. They are also used when you develop the Performance Summary Reports (the high level overview dashboard, are pulled through for the colours of the sidebar, or to auto colour the forms when they are completed.
Performance Explanations-create specific feedback for an athlete or coach based on the results entered into the Event Form/s
Performance Explanations: Allow you to set up a special feedback form where you can specify the exact feedback to an athlete/coach when specific data or combinations of data are entered into the system. For example, if an athlete enters injury information you could have a performance explanation set up that provides information about best practice protocols depending on the severity of the injury.