Site Update - v1.1.6 Released!

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With the bullseye season kicking off we’ve been getting a lot of great feedback from some of our early users. This feedback has come mostly in the form of use-ability issues and minor bugs and we’ve been working diligently to resolve them each week.

Here’s a run-down of some of the changes you’ll notice:

  • The left navigation area is WAY better. Instead of separate “Teams” and “Leagues” lists, you’ll see a single list organized by league (the League name will be the header, with the team(s) within that league that you belong to listed below)
    • Note: For this change to take effect, you’ll have to log out and log back in. If you see a message to the effect of “no leagues found,” this is why.
  • We noticed that when you’re looking at a match or a team page, it’s difficult to know what league you’re looking at (especially true for teams that shoot in multiple leagues), so we’ve added the league name to pretty much every page.
  • Users with the appropriate privileges can now add folks to their roster from both the team page AND the match page. This will make adding folks on match night a much smoother experience.
  • Users with the appropriate privileges can also update the contact details of the shooters on their roster: First Name, Last Name, and Email

Finally, I wanted to talk a little bit about privacy. Today privacy in this sport is more important than ever. A big reason why I decided to create BullseyeTracker was to make scores accessible online in a safe/secure way.

When I noticed my own league posting pdfs online (publicly accessibly, but semi-hidden from google etc), and other leagues posting scores with folks hidden behind nick-names – I just thought we could do better.

On BullseyeTracker your league’s scores and details are available ONLY to league members – and ONLY after they’ve logged in. This means that no-matter-what, your name won’t come up on google, bing, etc.

To make this more visible to users, I’ve added a “privacy badge” to almost every page in BullseyeTracker. In fact right now you should see a blue badge that says “public” towards the top right of this page. Hover over it quickly and you’ll see what that means.

From now on, when you’re looking at a page and are curious to know who can see it give the badge a quick hover.

That’s it for now. Hope you enjoy the latest version of the app! As always, if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback shoot us a note through the contact page.