Setting up "Favourite" Events so you can quickly enter new data, access history, reports and even excel reports for Event Forms you use daily
When you enter in a lot of data into one or two forms in the system, you may wish to set these event forms as Favourites to help speed up data entry and access. Favourites enable you to quickly enter in data, access reports and access excel reports for that specific form.
Favourite Events appear at the top of your event lists on the Sidebar and also on the Home Page. They enable you to quickly enter in a new record, access Reports and even access any Excel Reports setup from that Event form.
To set up Event Forms as "Favourites", you need to open your account (shown here) and go to Favourite Events
In the accounts click Add and then choose from the list of Event Forms in the drop down box
The image here shows that 3 forms have been set up as Favourites on this users Account page
The form at the top of the list will appear at the top of the sidebar (see the image below) and it will be opened to show all records. Any other forms you add as favourites will appear underneath the first form (you can use the up and down arrows shown here to ensure the most important Event is first). All of the Favourite Events will appear at the top of the Home Page as well (as shown in the image in the step below).
How the Favourites Appear on the Home Page and Sidebar
Because the Favourite events appear at the top of the Sidebar, you can enter new records, open recent entries, go directly to the history for the athlete and even add in related events from the sidebar (if that is enabled on your system)
The Favourite Events also appear on the Home Page and allow you to quickly enter in a new record, access reports and even access any Excel Reports setup using a Favourite Event form
The Image here shows that when you mouse over a Favourite Event you can:
Enter Data for a group: enter in new data for a group (if it is enabled)
Enter Data: enter a new record
Reports: Load saved Reports that are created on the Reports page using this Event
Excel Reports: Load Excel Reports created using this Event
Examples are shown below.