When viewing the tutorials, you can place your cursor over the movie to reveal controls, including playback speed and pause button.
Please note: These tutorials are done on a Windows computer. If you’re using a Mac, menu items will be at the top of your computer screen.
If you already have your information in lists or spreadsheets, learn how to import that information into Diamond Scheduler. If you’re starting from scratch, skip to the next movie, An Introduction to Diamond Scheduler
Learn the basics of schedule creation with Diamond Scheduler.
Most leagues have more than one division so here’s an introduction to scheduling multiple divisions for your league.
Learn how to fairly share timeslots across multiple divisions that use the same venues by adjusting a couple of settings.
Creating practice schedules is simple, if you know the secrets.
Across-division scheduling allows you to create games between two or more divisions or leagues.
Understanding timeslot creation is one of the most important concepts for successful scheduling. Don’t skip over this movie.
The division tab is pretty simple, but you might as well find out your options.
The team tab allows you to control when and where teams can play. With several options to choose from, you should have a lot of control over special situations in your league.
This movie repeats Understanding Timeslots in the first section of movies. If you have watched that movie, you can skip this one. The venue tab is just another form, like the division and team tabs. However, it’s crucial that you understand timeslots assignment at venues to use Diamond Scheduler most productively.
The people tab is primarily used to avoid scheduling conflicts in Diamond Scheduler.
The schedule tab can seem daunting at first. This screencast explains all the options you have.
The Timeslot Calendar allows you to identify when teams can play at your venues. It is full of options, so taking the time to watch this presentation will pay off.
The MasterCalendar allows you to edit existing schedules. It provides you with an overview of the entire schedule or a filtered view of certain divisions, teams or venues. Right clicking on the master calendar reveals a host of menus that provide advanced functionality.
Do you have teams that shouldn’t be scheduled to travel more than x number of miles (kilometers) between games or from home on certain days? Check out this screencast.
One of the more useful tips and tricks to Diamond Scheduler
A pairing method that splits the league into smaller groups each play date and allows each group’s teams to play the other teams in the group, resulting in multiple games per day.
Learn how LeagueApps and Diamond Scheduler make the scheduling work together to make scheduling easy.
Learn how LeagueAthletics and Diamond Scheduler make the scheduling process easy.
Learn how to export your schedules using LeagueAthletics CSV file format.
Learn how SportsEngine and Diamond Scheduler work together using DirectLink.
Learn how SportsEngine and Diamond Scheduler work together using CSV files..
Learn how the two programs work together to make your scheduling life easier.