Entering "Draft" and Planned data

A draft or planned event is one that is saved differently from a completed event. It allows you to plan data and then enter in the actual results/information later on. The system saves both the planned and completed information.

When do I use "Save Draft"?

When do I use "Save Draft"?

Why save as a Draft?

Saving as a "Save Draft" allows you to plan an event, and then go back in later and enter in the actual information.

For example, you or your coach may want to plan a strength and conditioning session and then you can enter in the actual data from the session once it is completed. An example of this is:

-Click "Enter Data"

-Select the "Strength" Event from the "Planning" sessions Events Group

-Enter the session information as highlighted in the image above

-Click "Save Draft"

-The event will be saved as a draft, and will be available for you to complete at a later date.

-You can access it on the Calendar or the My Schedule Page. In the Calendar, drafts are highlighted as a orange coloured event, and completed events are highlighted in blue (see below).

How to re-enter information into a Draft?

How to re-enter information into a Draft?

Go to the Calendar Page by selecting the "Calendar" Tab (to the right of the Home Page Tab).

On the Calendar Page any events which are saved as drafts are highlighted in orange.

To enter your actual session information into an event that has been saved as a draft, simply click on the name of the event (blue link) and in the example above you click on "Strength Monitor". The Event will then open for you to enter your information in.

The draft event that you open may have no information stored in it, or it may be completely filled in. Regardless, enter the actual session information that you completed, and then click "Save and Close". The information will be saved as completed, and it will appear throughout the system as a completed event.



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