In TeamBuilder a minimum or maximum number can be set per role. For example, there may be a minimum requirement set that each team must have at least one coach added per team.
After a club or school adds members into a team, if the min/max requirements are not met, in TeamBuilder the team will be displayed with a red circle and will display with a ! in SKED to alert the Competition Manager that the team is incomplete.
Set Min/Max Role requirements in TeamBuilder
View Min/Max Role requirements in TeamBuilder
To view the min/max roles required in a team, click the team icon to open the team, and then click Min/Max Roles to view the required roles in order for this team to be deemed 'complete.'
If the team doesn't meet the min/max roles required, the team icon will turn red. Once the team meets the min/max role requirements, the team icon will turn green.
Once a team reaches the maximum of a role that has been set, people with that same role will not be able to be moved or added to the team. A notification will also pop up confirming “Unable to move player. Performing this action would exceed the grade maximum for people with the Player role".
Report on teams that have not met the Minimum requirements
Generate a report that lists all teams entered into a competition, and monitor which teams are still yet to meet their minimum role requirements.
Click export, then click Teams Report. Teams that do not meet the minimum requirements show NO in the column "Minimum Requirements met".
Team Display in SKED - for competition management
If you are using SKED for competition management, you can also view whether your teams have met the min/max roles set in SKED.
When the min/max roles set for a team have not been met a red exclamation mark ! will be displayed in the top right corner of the team icon. Once the team has met the minimum role requirements the exclamation ! will disappear. This serves as a visual reference to the competition administrator to allow them to decide if the team should be included in the draw.
If a team is added to a draw, they will retain the ! displayed in Comp builder until the minimum roles are met to allow the competition administrator to monitor compliance in the lead up to the competition.