Online Playbook Updates

Written on March 3, 2009 at 4:10 pm by Brian Manning


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This morning, we released some minor updates to our online playbook.

A coach can now pay for his playbook software online through his account.  To give coaches more options, a coach can pay through either Google Checkout (recommended) or Paypal.

This is a follow-up update after our recent additions of new online playbook packages and video options.  The new packages go hand-in-hand with the updated payment options.

OnePlaybook Video Updates Have Arrived

Written on February 25, 2009 at 11:44 am by Brian Manning


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Just this morning, I released another update for OnePlaybook!  There are a few things that are new to this version, so let’s take a look.

The biggest difference is the new packages.  There are two new playbook software packages, Enhanced and Ultimate.  The video for each is better than the previous packages, with Ultimate being in high definition (720p).  I don’t think there is another HD sports video host around, so this is some exciting stuff!  In addition, the quality of the Plus package has also been improved.  I’m going to follow up over the next few days detailing some of the differences in the packages to give coaches more background.

I also improved the uploading in OnePlaybook.  Now there is more information about how far the upload is along.  This is following some earlier improvements that included support for less common browsers.  The new upload system allows a coach to choose multiple uploads at the same time in addition to being faster than the old system.

One final bit is that there is a new tutorial out for coaches that will help them get starting using our playbook software faster by uploading their team’s roster.  Check it out, it will definitely help with the tedium!

Coming Soon: New Playbook Software Packages

Written on February 16, 2009 at 7:53 am by Brian Manning


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In the near future, we are going to be adding new packages that have an even higher quality of video than the sports software packages we offer now!

As with all of the accounts, you will be able to upload as many videos as you want, and your players can view them as often as they want.  Imagine your players sitting by themselves reviewing better film than a projector can give them from anywhere!

Current Standard and Plus accounts will be given the opportunity to upgrade to the new packages minus the price they already paid, so coaches who want to upgrade to the latest sports software, don’t worry, you don’t have to pay extra!

Document and Video Upload Updates

Written on February 7, 2009 at 2:06 pm by Brian Manning


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Recently some coaches have been having problems uploading documents or videos with OnePlaybook, so I decided that I would update our sports software to make sure that more Internet browsers and operating systems would have no problem using our playbook software.

The update went up in stages this week and because of that there were some problems along the way.  However, as of earlier this afternoon, uploading to OnePlaybook is faster and easier than ever before. 

I would like to thank the coaches who updated me with questions and concerns along the way as well as thank everyone for their patience during the transition period.  Now that the update is complete, every OnePlaybook coach can look forward to a better site for his team.

OnePlaybook Sports Software Updates

Written on January 26, 2009 at 4:16 pm by Brian Manning


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Today, we’ve loaded a new version of our sports software for today you!  There are some minor usability and layout changes as well as fixing some problems coaches have been having.

In the past few days, I’ve talked to a few coaches with new ideas as well as issues with OnePlaybook.  Some coaches have been experiencing trouble uploading certain documents.  The bug revolved around certain pdf’s and some Microsoft documents.  That issue has since been eliminated, allowing coaches to upload any kind of document.  So, coaches can now upload their handouts or playbooks without issue.

Some coaches were also having an issue saving text with their play diagrams, that too, has been corrected.  Coaches don’t have to worry about that anymore since the update.

In addition, coaches have wanted the ability to edit a player’s email address without deleting the player and adding a new one, so we have built that in as well.

Finally, after talking with concerned sports coaches, we have extended the time that coaches and players can spend inactive on OnePlaybook before they are logged out.  This is something I completely understand.  I would hate losing work because I spent a lot of time drawing a play or writing an announcement.  That just means I lost more work!

You can also notice that we have a new image for our sports software homepage.  You can see the original image on Flickr, it’s a pretty good shot of a football field at night.

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