GPRM Import

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GPRM Import

Post by hatfam » Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:35 pm

Is there a way to import the roster from a previous race?

Our situation is like this. They run the scout race first. After it is over we run an "open" race where anything goes and is open to everybody. A lot of the scouts that run in the first race add weight to their car and run in this second race. I am running the race and would like to import the previous roster and then delete and/or add new racers to save time. Is this possible?



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Re: GPRM Import

Post by gpraceman » Sun Feb 01, 2015 10:15 pm

You can export your roster from the one data file and import it into a new data file. Above the list of racers is a button bar. Use the green X button on that bar to export your rosters as a CSV file. Then use the import button on the registration tab to pull that data into your new data file.


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Re: GPRM Import

Post by hatfam » Mon Feb 02, 2015 12:51 pm

Got it thanks, thought that was for excel spread sheets only.



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Re: GPRM Import

Post by gpraceman » Mon Feb 02, 2015 12:55 pm

You will need to modify your groups before you import the CSV, so everyone is put into the same group.


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