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Implemented [Enhanced] Event Editing

Discussion in 'Sportsbook Closed Suggestions' started by oman, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. oman

    oman Member AMS Premium Showcase

    This would be handy, especially in the case of this - http://www.nzwarriors.com/threads/origin-2013.11651

    That is a discussion thread for a three game series. I probably should have unlinked it before settling, so that when the next event is posted it can be associated with that same thread.

  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    This has been implemented.

    You can now edit the following fields after an event has been settled (if you have the appropriate permissions):

    Category: This allows you to move settled events into an archive (as per request)
    Discussion Thread ID: This allows you to disassociate a discussion thread (or even associate a new one)
    Title: This allows you to change a prefix or name of the event (as per request)
    Description: This allows you to change the description (as per request)

    The following fields are NOT editable once an event has been settled:

    Status: Once settled, the status is LOCKED
    Event Dates: Once settled, the date fields are LOCKED
    Time Zone: Once settled, the timezone is LOCKED
    Outcomes: Once settled, all outcomes are LOCKED
    oman likes this.
  3. oman

    oman Member AMS Premium Showcase

    Nice job! Thanks for implementing that. Seems like a big update is coming.
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  4. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    No problem :) and yes, this is a rather large update with some much needed new functionality!

    This is what the edit view looks like for a settled event now...

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