Now filter your dashboard by site, sport and contest category.
We've recently rolled out a new featured called dashboard filters which, as the name would imply, allows you to filter all the data presented on your dashboard.
Until now we've kept the dashboard pretty simple: The goal is to show you, at a glance, how well you've performed in recent contests. We purposefully kept it very minimalist — just a way to choose a week, month or year to see your results. We always have more advanced reports and filters for drilling down further in your results.
But we heard from lots of you that you'd love a bit more control over your dashboard, so we've expanded things with some simple dropdown filters. You can now with a couple of clicks filter all data displayed on your dashboard to just one DFS site, one sport, or one category. These filters can be combined, and you can also bookmark these links: this link will take you to your dashbaord showing all your DraftKings NFL results in 2015, for example
Perhaps the best feature about this is it also works for Dashboard Shares. So if you want to show off just your head-to-head contests last month, now you can!
25% off on all subscriptions for all new customers.
As football fever is fast approaching we wanted to give all users of RotoTracker 25% off their first subscription. This offer lasts until September 1, so don't wait around!
For all existing free users, all you need to do is add the coupon code NFL2016 to your account and make a purchase before midnight on the 31st August.
If you haven't yet signed up to RotoTracker, you can set up your free account and enter in your NFL coupon code here.
Adam Levitan Analysis Coming Soon
Thanks to all our users who got in touch over the past two weeks to ask if their data could be analyzed by Adam Levitan.
We had a great response and it'll be hard to pick just two sets of data for analysis--but are looking forward to sharing the screencasts once they are made.
We'll be in touch with the two lucky users soon.
Get the inside track on how to understand and analyze your DFS results data with one of the pros.
If you know a thing or two about DFS you will know the name Adam Levitan.
For those of you who don’t, he is a DraftKings analyst, the co-host of The Daily Fantasy Football Edge podcast, Fantasy Labs writer, RotoGrinders contributor and two-time FSWA award winner.
So, he really knows his stuff when it comes to DFS.
That’s why we are so excited to announce that we are giving two RotoTracker users the chance to have their DFS results data analysed in RotoTracker by the man himself.
He will give you insight into where your strengths and weaknesses lie and how you can use RotoTracker to give you an edge over the competition.
Just email me at [email protected] before August 1 if you are keen to be involved and I will be in touch if your data is chosen.
If you are chosen, all you will to do is send me your DFS .csv files. We will ensure the data is kept secure and when Adam comes to analyze the data it will be shared anonymously so that your data is never compromised.
Your privacy and security has always been our top priority and it always will be.
When we were first in the throws of designing and building RotoTracker we wanted to make sure that our customers felt safe and secure in the knowledge that no one can access or abuse their data. Now that RotoTracker is becoming the go-to bankroll tracking tool we want to make sure our customers still feel that way.
Only if you ask us to look into a specific problem with your DFS data will we ever see your data. By default all your data is kept private and secure. If you use our sharing features like our Share Dashboard feature you will be agreeing to make your data public.
Also, no-one at RotoTracker plays head to head DFS, on any site we support.
Anytime we share data (sometimes we put screenshots on twitter or on Facebook or create screencasts) it has been created on a fake account—this is not our own data and neither is it someone else’s. It is a completely automated fake account so that we can show the capabilities of RotoTracker without compromising anyone’s data.
If you are still worried about your DFS data or have any concerns please get in touch as we want to be as open and transparent as possible.