The event settings allow you to make tweaks to better suit your event. The below describes some common event settings you might like to customise for your event. To get to the Event settings, from your Event dashboard, just go to your side navigation.
Customising your judging settings
Go to the Event settings by clicking on the side navigation. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click to expand the judging settings options.
Here's some important judging settings you may like to consider:
Minimum number of judges
The minimum number of judges setting defines how many judge scores need to be entered before the average score is shown to the public and head judge. You should set this to be the size of your judging panel. If you use uncommon panel sizes (e.g. if on your secondary bank you just have one judge) you can leave this empty.
Ride maximum score (judging scale)
Change this if you wish to customise the scale in which your judges can score. Common examples are 0-10 (surfing), or 0-100 (snow/skate).
Drop highest and lowest judge scores
If you are using a larger panel and wish to drop the highest and lowest judge scores from each ride, you can activate this feature. See more about this feature.
Hide athlete names from judges and head judge
Activate this feature if you wish to hide the names of each athlete from the judge's scorecards and the head judge page. Note: if your commentator was using the head judge page for announcing, they should switch to the public event page to see the athlete names.
Customising your advanced event settings
To change the advanced settings, go to your Event settings, and scroll down to Advanced. The below explains the advanced level settings you might like to customise to better fit your event.
Hiding the results for finals
Turn on this feature if you wish the live scores and results for your finals to not be available to the public. When activated, only those logged in with Director's permissions will be able to see the scores and results. You can publish the results when you change the event status to Results published.
When you build your schedule and publish your draw, the heat times will be available to the public and your athletes. If you don't wish this information to be public, just activate this setting. This is commonly used in events where you have a changing schedule, or if you simply want everyone to arrive at the event site to see the schedule.