When the Search Box is in Tournaments Mode, the number of tournaments in the calendar is displayed on the far right of the navigation bar. (See Using the Search Box to learn how to change the Search Box Mode).
Hovering over the Tournament Count displays a Refresh Icon. If CourtHive/TMX is configured to synchronize with an organization database, tournaments may be loaded from a remote server.
Clicking the refresh icon requests new tournaments which occur after the last entry in the local calendar.
“Context Clicking” the refresh icon reloads the entire calendar from the server and adds any tournaments which may be missing from the local calendar.
Manually Adding Tournaments
To the right of the Tournament Category Filter is an Add Tournament Icon.
Clicking the Add Tournament Icon presents several options:
Clicking the “New Tournament” option presents a dialogue for entering information that is required by the calendar.
Fields in Yellow are required before a new tournament can be added.
Tournament Type may be either Standard or Dual Matches. For “Team Tournaments” select Dual Matches.
Once new tournament information has been submitted the tournament appears in the calendar view (unless the tournament dates fall outside of the Date Range defined by the From: and To: date selectors).
Load by ID
Some organization keys allow tournaments to be pulled into TMX from a remote calendar.
If your organization/federation maintains a database of tournaments on an existing server and this option is enabled, enter the tournament ID at the prompt.
To import a JSON formatted tournament record that was previously exported, see Importing Local Data.
Deleting and Editing Tournaments
Tournament information (such as a tournament name) may edited and tournaments may be deleted by “Context Clicking” on any tournament. Clicking on the Date, Category, or Rank columns is the same as context clicking and allows these options to be accessed on Touch Devices.
Choosing to edit a tournament launches the same dialogue used to Add a New Tournament, with all of the values filled in.