Save my Schedule Filter preferences
Each time I go to the master schedule I need to reset my selections for games to be viewed. date, league etc
Nick Schirripa commented
Instead of having to recreate the searches each time, it would be easier to be able to save the specific search criteria as a custom search.
Nicholas Novelle commented
On the TBA requests page, can you add an option to save our searches so we can easily repeat a search that filters the rinks, leagues, and game codes we actually work, however the search dates refresh to the newest dates?
Joe Mercadante commented
Related... as an official, I need one screen where I can see all the details of all of my assignments. I am OK with "switching associations" to take action on assignments, etc., but I shouldn't have to do that to see my partners, etc.
David Sanschagrin commented
Currently, each assignor's page sets parameters for what comes up when we click on 'show schedule' Some start with today and show everything moving forward. Others start two weeks ago, and go through the season. Others show only today. We have to reset the parameters to view what we want to see on every page. It would be great if we, as the end users, could just simply click on 'show schedule' on whatever assignor's page we are on, and the same parameters would show up. We could then adjust accordingly based on what we want to see.
When I do 20 games in a week, and I have to reset my parameters after that to see what my upcoming schedule looks like, or scroll through 20+ games to get to what I want, because that particular assignor has parameters that go back 14 days, it is inconvenient, to say the least.
Chuck MacGregor commented
It would be nice if we could save a filter that we create and have it offered as one of a drop down menu of options for filters. We have assignors that only assign for a specific league or even portions of a league. A drop down menu showing our own personalized saved filter would make it easier for those assignors to view their games only instead of currently having to change the filter settings each and every time they went in to the system to assign.
It would be great to be able to save a search on the master game schedule so that each time I log in I don't have to set up a search for the game codes I assign. My association has hundreds of games and I only schedule a portion of them with 2 distinct game codes. I would like to be able to save the search for my game codes and then just select that search each time I get to the master schedule rather than having to go through the search filters.
Have Master Schedule filter remember last settings so you don't have to continually go back and check/uncheck certain rinks or select dates. Just remember what you last had for filters and keep them until you reset or change them.
Choosing our own Sorting option would greatly improve the action of the Search & Filter when the primary search is to list the game times over a field when it comes to canceling games say for a 9 am game for all divisions and fields.
Richard Cohen commented
Schedule Search & Filter - Scheduler
As a scheduler I schedule games at more than one rink.
I go into Schedule Search & Filter and change the settings. It would be nice to set up my own default settings as I always change the Sorting order. It would be nice to be able to keep those settings.
Currently under Profile options I can select the dates that are displayed - but it is not possible to save other search parameters as my default.
Bill Leone commented
Instead of having to use the Schedule Filters to Show All Assoc every time you check your schedule, I suggest providing an option to automatically show all associations on your Schedule page. I think this option would be very useful for both the PC and Mobile app versions.
A few suggestions on how this could be done:
1.) making this the default schedule option and letting people opt-out.
2.) allowing users to select this as a profile option (similar to Calendar Pref = keep one calendar).
3.) enabling the system to just "remember" your last schedule display setting based on your acct login.
Jason Ellis commented
name a filter, allowing different filters to be setup and saved.