We would be happy to walk you through a free demo where you can see how to set up testing events, how you can upload your team roster, input testing data on the web or offline with our mobile scoring application, how to view and compare athlete testing results, where to find athlete profiles and how your team can see their results in real-time. We will also be able to answer any questions for you as we walk you through the Drillstack app. If you’re interested in a free demo today, click here and we’ll be in touch soon.
Currently, Drillstack is only compatible with Android devices running 5.0 or later. The iOS version is currently in development and will be available soon. Follow us on social media, @drillstack, to be the first to know when our iOS version is set to be released.
Yes, you can use the Drillstack app when you’re not connected to a Wi-Fi connection. It is very important that you open the app and sync your roster before going offline. This ensures that your tablet has the most current roster and testing information saved to the device. When you come back online you can hit the sync button and all the testing data syncs with the Drillstack website.
Drillstack has lots of tutorial videos to help you get the most out of the app. You can find them on our Drillstack Tutorial Videos page.
Select the forgot password button from the login screen and an email will be sent to you with a temporary password. After logging in, you can change the password again.
Yes, your Drillstack license expires after a year. You can renew each year, or purchase multiple years upfront.
With any Drillstack package, you can add as many judges as they would like. You can give the judge the event code and anonymous judges password, or you can add them by entering their First Name, Last Name, and Email.
If you have your roster saved in excel format, resave as a csv file. Make sure the fields match our sample csv file before uploading. At a minimum, you should have the athlete’s First Name, Last Name, and Email to import the roster to your Drillstack account.
No, you can copy your previous event which will carry your athletes to the new event. After you copy the event you can edit it to change its name or change the drills.
Yes, you can add athletes one at a time from the event managers section. Just hit the add athlete button and enter the athletes First Name, Last Name, and Email.
Currently, you cannot import scores into the system. When using the web to input testing data you must hit save or submit after the submission.
Yes, you can export your Hudl roster. After exporting your roster, you just should make sure the fields match our sample csv file.
You can export the scores for your event and use any formula you would like.
Click here to contact us or call your sales rep and in most circumstances the drill can be added within a few minutes.
The points per place rankboard places athletes with the least amount of points in the highest-ranking position. If an athlete gets 1st in a drill that athlete will receive 1 point. If the athlete is 2nd in a drill the athlete will receive 2 points and so on.
The scores total rankboard calculates the highest ranked athlete by who lifted the most in all the drills you choose. For example, if you choose to test Squat, Bench, and Deadlift it would total those 3 lifts. It’s very important that you only choose lifting drills when you choose the scores total rankboard. This rankboard was designed for lifting events. If you have an event that has timed and lifting drills you can always edit the event and take out the timed drills and choose the scores total rankboard. This will allow you to quickly see who your strongest athletes are. If you take out a drill from an event you will not lose that data. It will come back up after you edit the event again and check the drills that you took out.
This is a great feature found in Drillstack that allows you, as a coach, to recognize an athlete that has done an exceptionally good job. You can designate that athlete as MVP and this special acknowledgement will appear on the athletes’ profile, which is viewable by their teammates.