Important Update (v2.5) for Sharimg Users

By Duncan Ritchie

03-June-2020 on News

4 minute read

Today Sharimg update v2.5 is released. This update brings with it brand-new features (a renovated interface and Super Accounts) alongside a major change in the way files are uploaded from Nacsport.


It is essential that you update your license if you are a Nacsport user working with Sharimg.

One Administrator for Multiple Accounts


Listen, it may not be the most exciting feature of this new update, but it is extremely important in terms of functionality. Until now, a Sharimg administrator could only manage one account. From now on, you can control as may accounts as you need to.



Here’s an example: the head analyst at a club is in charge of several teams in the same bracket, e.g. three youth teams at academy level. Up until now, you needed two other administrators but now, with v2.5, you can be the sole administrator of all three accounts.


When you upload videos from Nacsport, you have the option of deciding which account these files will go to. Currently, this is not possible and that is why you need to update your Nacsport license in order to accommodate these changes.

 

How to Update Nacsport

 

It is essential that you update Nacsport in order to continue working with Sharimg. To download the Nacsport update, please follow these steps:


If you have "auto check updates" enabled, when you open Nacsport while connected to the internet, the message "Update Available" will automatically pop up.


-Click "Download" to start the process.


If you do not have automatic updates enabled:


-Click "Help" in the main menu
-Click "Check for Update"
-Confirm download on the next window


If you have any problem with installation after updating, do not hesitate to get in contact with our team at support@sharimg.com.

 

 


Super Administrators and Super Accounts


Sharimg has evolved alongside the demands of you, the user. For some time now, you’ve been asking to change to hierarchical structure of access to the platform and create a user with the ability to control several different accounts.



A kind of Big Brother with access to everything while normal administrators continue working privately within their own individual accounts. In sporting terms, this user may akin the head analyst or the director of the club.


So, Sharimg 2.5 gives birth to the Super Administrator.


The Super Administrator will be the absolute authority, using a Super Account, which will cover, in hierarchical terms, as many accounts as needed within the contracted plan. If we return to our sporting analogy, the club director would be the super account while the different teams within the club would be individual accounts, with the director reigning supreme.


The Super Administrator's power will be almost limitless. Their level of access allows them to do the following:


• Create other Super Administrators.
• Create and control as many accounts as needed.
• Create and control standard administrators and users.
• Share videos, analysis and presentations between accounts.
• Access all accounts, edit and delete their content.
• Allow interaction between accounts.


For their part, administrators of normal accounts will be able to interact with the Super Account in the following way:


• Share content with the Super Administrator.
• Share content with other accounts (with the Super Administrator’s permission and always respecting the privacy of those accounts).



New Interface


Finally, we’d like to share the last innovation in this update, the user interface.


This has been evolved alongside the user and responds to your comments and concerns regarding navigation and usability.


Little used features have been removed to give the user a cleaner experience within the platform which in turn will speed up analysis work.


 

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