TIP: What is Data Sharing and How to Use - FAQ

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Re: Data Sharing - FAQ

Postby FTMSupport » Tue Jun 14, 2016 1:04 pm

Yes, but you would have to delete the game on your device before "data sharing back". If the game already exists on your device, it won't show up on data sharing... but deleting it on your device will allow you to data share back from whoever you sent it to.
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Re: Data Sharing - FAQ

Postby team mom » Tue Jun 14, 2016 1:08 pm

Perfect, thanks!
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Re: Data Sharing - FAQ

Postby team mom » Wed Jun 15, 2016 3:28 am

millahjovich wrote:Hello - am using the new sharing functionality..... I imported a game from my phone to my iPad..... The game data showed up ok but the player stats did not populate into the player records.... What did I do wrong? How can I fix it...? Thanks!!


Did you map the imported players to existing players on your device? If not, you may have duplicate players so stats not showing up. If that is the case you can merge the players under player manager. Make sure "All" leagues is on when trying to determine if you have duplicate players.
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Re: TIP: What is Data Sharing and How to Use - FAQ

Postby Ddearmore » Sun Aug 20, 2017 5:24 am

What is the best way for different user devices to stay in sync? I do the scorekeeping but our head coach would generally set the lineup before the game on his device so when I got to the game our lineup and batting order was set when I opened the application the first time. Is data sharing the answer or is there another method?

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Re: TIP: What is Data Sharing and How to Use - FAQ

Postby OhioTex » Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:55 am

The shortest answer is - yes. data sharing is the best method to electronically exchange pre game rosters and line ups from coaches who use iscore with a third party scorekeeper using iscore. Each iscore device is independent -Just like a paper book. You can exchange 'data files' but the programs still act independently. (Ie they can exchange files pre game like rosters and line ups and post game play by play, scorebooks and stats but they do not automatically 'synch' pitch to pitch instead manually exchange data)

This entire forum thread is about data shareing, but i know gotten rather long... so here is a good summary FAQ. http://iscoresports.com/baseball/kb/faq ... _share.php

Pleaae feel free to post back with any follow up questions. The community will be glad to answer.

to the specic question, yes "Options> Data Sharing" is the easiest way to exchange data between iscore devices.

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