Heather Sawyer of the MIVCA invited us to their coaches clinic on Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22. Thank you to all who stopped by our booth to see what VolleyWrite can do for you!
Earlier this week, the iTunes App store approved the latest release of VolleyWrite for the iPad (3.1), and today we have released the latest version of VolleyWrite for WIndows (version 3.1.13) on our website. These versions include the new lineup entry into lineup diagrams matching what the coaches submit, which we think will eliminate lineup problems for your matches. (Yay!)
We want you to have the best scoring experience ever!
VolleyWrite version 2.3.23 is available for scorers using WIndows computers! Make sure you update to the latest version as soon as possible. Yes, it will probably do it on its own when you open VolleyWrite with internet access, but you can go to the Resources page and click on the green VolleyWrite button to do it now if you would like.
You will want to check out the release notes for this version on that page also, as there are quite a few enhancements! We want you to have the best scoring experience ever!
Attention VolleyWrite scorers using Windows 10:
Last night, during testing (of a new version for release) at a real match, we experienced a random “lock-up” and we gathered the info we needed to figure it out. The problem is that Windows 10 does not always return the correct system date and time (and based on our internet search, lots of other people found this out the hard way too), and VolleyWrite uses that information when creating the match file. We are now working on an updated version to release ASAP.
If you experience a problem, please let us know (by sending a Feedback Report), in case Windows 10 has any more “surprises”…
Thank you for scoring with VolleyWrite!
VolleyWrite scorers using the iPad version
can go to the iTunes App store to download and install the latest release of VolleyWrite which was approved late last night, Wednesday, October 5.
Version 2.2.3 handles the “surprises” in iOS 10, fixes some general bugs, and improves file handling to work better with iOS and iCloud. Although you won’t see any major operational changes, if you have ever experienced a random “lock-up”, that should be a thing of the past. (And if it isn’t, please let us know!!!)
Thank you for scoring with VolleyWrite!
I’m also a high school official and have worked games with [VolleyWrite] at a few high schools and it’s a dream come true to solve the hassles of slow scorers and ones who have no clue. I’m now a big fan!
Congrats to Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio
for winning the Spike 4 Tykes tournament on Saturday, April 23!
The Spike 4 Tykes tournament combined volleyball matches with a
fundraising effort for various Children’s Hospitals in Ohio.
Thank you Capital University for allowing the tournament to take place on your campus and for providing solid, strong internet for our live updates!
VolleyWrite was used to score all the matches on all four courts. Better yet, VolleyWrite was connected to www.VolleyTourney.com for live score updates and automatic bracket progression. The fans loved being able to check what was in store for their team and keep up with the action on the other courts.
Version 1.10 for the iPad has been approved for sale by the iTunes store, so be sure to go to the App store and download the latest version. This is a free upgrade that fixes the problem with a bad prediction showing up after set 1. If the user accepted the bad prediction, the internal model of the court was confused and things spiraled downward.
Predictive assistance is a cool and convenient feature (especially now that this bug is fixed), but you must still make sure that the players involved are correct!
If you have any questions, please contact us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.
Now you can get predictive assistance for higher level matches with VolleyWrite for WIndows and VolleyWrite’s iPad version!! Apple released iPad version 1.9.11 yesterday, Monday, March 7, 2016.
VolleyWrite’s predictions are triggered by a loss of rally, and they help you with both substitutions and libero replacements for positions 1 (Right Back) and 4 (Left Front), which is where most of these actions occur. In the first rotation of the match, VolleyWrite “learns” the personnel changes to help you with subsequent rotations in the match – not just in that set.
You can ignore the prediction bubble and it will disappear when you verify the server. You can enter the action as you normally would and the bubble will also disappear. Of course, if you answer, “Yes” to the bubble, VolleyWrite does the action and the bubble also disappears.
Predictive Assistance is enabled on the Customization page of the Rules tab.
Give it a try and let us know what you think!
Anyone who doesn’t remember the coupon code can contact us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.
Good luck to all with your upcoming season!