Make Import more flexible
Now, import for players works only with fields, that are in your sample CSV file. Make it to recognize other fields by column name.
And it will be super handy to have ability to export the data that I already have to CSV and then make changes, maybe add some new data and import it all back.
Peter Müller commented
Yes, more possibilities should be given, eg. also for the metrics data are deposited.
if you use the csv importer for fixtueres it takes the "post-name" or full team name. you can see this in this link:
If you create the event by your self, it takes the short name and this is really nice :)
so it shall allways takes the short name.
The Import is way too limiting. Mostly, I have been using it create the dates for Events, then have to manually adjust each event.
It needs to be more robust and flexible.
Secondly, if you import a fixture, it doesn't map to an existing team! It keeps creating new teams- Import need to use the team slug.
Lastly, JSON import would be much better
Same here - would love this for bulk player uploads
Come on fix this please, whats the hold up jezus.
New Licensed User commented
I just bought the league license and I have the same issue with the import file, it is very limiting.
Could have at least included all the fields available not just a fraction for each post type. Now I have to comeback and manually edit each one, defeats the purpose of having an import utility.
Marcin K. commented
Developers have slow down their work on the plugin? I am waiting for this update for a very long time ...
could we please have an update to this idea? it is going on almost four years now and this would be an amazing update as well
Olivier Ferland commented
WP All import / WP All export seems to be working for me! I haven't tested all the details yet but so far so good
Eric Bernal commented
A user should be able to import and map to all the fields available for events and players
A user should be able to export data as well and make tweaks and re-import
Brad Groux commented
JSON support would be outstanding. An example, would be the NFL's live .JSON roster feeds - https://feeds.nfl.com/feeds-rs/roster/2120.json
Please export option and add new support for more fields such as height and weight.
I need to be able to import and export player details, player metrics and DOB (I added other fields in the metrics that I needed like address, city etc.) I also need to be able to export teams filtered by leagues.
Importing all the data of a already played match is a must if you want that potential customers like me migrate to Sportspress. All the data means matchday, starting lineup, substitutes and minutes, position, squad number, stars,...
Erick French commented
I need to export my schedule to a CSV so that my referees can import it into their system. Right now, if I make a change it has to be made in way to many places manually. This leads to mistakes. This is a crucial feature.
Marcin K. commented
For me most desired featured are to import whole statistics from x matches by one csv file. Sometimes I have 8 matches per day and import two times for every match is taking to much time.
Please also make possibility import/export places.
Huzan Forbes commented
CSV Import needs to be fixed on almost every aspect. This development needs to go through SOON.
Rebuilding a new site for our leagues. DOB of hundred players have manually edit one by one, it's a painful. Save me please!!!
Also have the ability to do the same with fixture imports. I have events that are part of multiple competitions. For instance, different age groups are a sub-competition of our league overall competition (so I can create master calendar, by division calendar, etc). I can import of them and then have to manually add the second to each of the 180 fixtures that are imported for season.
I need a better import tool, I have data for about 400 players and to add in all the metrics individually would be a huge time waster. A better import tool that allows me to import all the metrics at once from a CSV file would be greatly appreciated.