Most organizations are able to easily identify the top and bottom players, but assigning the middle players to the correct team can be challenging.  The Player Assignment feature can help you to do just that in a multi-day assessment.  


First, you need to make sure the Player Assignment feature is enabled in the advanced settings of the assessment set up.


Navigate to Advanced Settings under Setup in the left side menu.


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To view results and make adjustments after the first day of tryouts, navigate to Results in the left side menu before selecting Player Assignments as seen in the image below.


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Sort the scores in the TeamGenius column by clicking on the owl until the top score is at the top.


 


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Adjust the player pools by selecting the currently assigned pool to access a drop-down menu.  In the drop-down menu, select the player pool you would like to re-assign the player to (the current assignment will be highlighted in dark blue).


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Any changes you make will be highlighted in green.


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You can also change player numbers and eval groups.


Click on "Save Changes" when you are satisfied.  


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After day 2 repeat the same process.


Once you move a player from one pool to another, they will be disconnected from the scores and comments given in the first pool.  You may view a history of scores from different player pools by clicking on the TeamGenius score in the Rankings and Team Placement page.


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Here is how the history of scores is displayed.


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Please note:  If using this feature, as shown above, we recommend creating a different assessment for each age group trying out.  This process can be made easy by creating one assessment, and then cloning it to create copies for different age groups.  You could also use one assessment and add numbers to the end of your player pool name (Atom 1, Atom 2, Atom 3).


See:  Cloning an Assessment