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ScoreboardTap initial screen
From the first screen you can Find broadcasts that are scheduled by others so that you can keep up with a game that you are unable to attend and schedule broadcasts that you intend to broadcast for games you will be attending. Once you've found or scheduled a broadcast, it will be listed below with an icon to indicate if you are watching or broadcasting. Select that broadcast when it's time for the game.
You can update the time, scores and down and ball position by tapping any of those numbers and making changes in the view that appears. When you're ready to update those watching your broadcast you hit the send button and their scoreboard will update to match yours. They update about once per minute.
If you want to send pictures or color commentary, touch the Compose button on the lower left of the scoreboard area. You can then tell people what great thing just happened and optionally add a picture from your device, or take a picture with your camera.
You can also swipe left and right on a score or the minutes and seconds to decrease or increase them. You can touch the possession football to change possession to the other team.
Changing the scoreboard details
When you touch on a number on the scoreboard a view will appear that allows you to change the relevant details. For the Game Time you can choose to broadcast just minutes or minutes and seconds. You may want to just broadcast minutes until the clock is close to the end of a half.
Scheduling a broadcast
To schedule a broadcast you need to fill in at least the names of the teams, a hashtag and a game time. The team names are usually something like "Bears" or "Bruins". The hashtag can be any string of characters that will identify all of the updates and comments for your team. Often a location or school initials are part of the hashtag. Examples are #BearsVarsityFB or #TKAKnightsFootball or #TKAKnightsFB-JV.
The Home Game switch should be turned on whenever your team is considered the Home Team. The home team is always on the left side of the scoreboard.
You can also fill in the state and location in order to help fans find your broadcast when they search for it.