With many teams already through the first few weeks of the season, we thought now would be a good time to make sure our basketball coaches are ready to roll for 2013-2014. Below is a list of some helpful tips to get prepared for this year, along with some of the more common support questions we’ve seen so far this season. Check them out.
Brett Kunz has been around for quite some time. He started in support in 2009, and there’s not much he hasn’t done. In fact, there’s a chance he’ll end up doing some things a second time. But he’s good at said things, so it’s fine. We just want him to stick around because karaoke wouldn’t be the same without him.
Name a tune and he’ll crush it - sometimes without ever looking at the lyrics. You could say it’s his superpower.
Since the launch of Hudl Campaigns earlier this year, hundreds of teams have taken advantage of the chance to create their own page to appeal to parents and fans. Success spanned across all levels and sports, and most teams have earned enough to pay for their Hudl subscription and then some.
As football season continues to wind down and basketball season starts to pick up, our phone call and email numbers are still dropping, which is awesome. It means that while more teams are adopting Hudl, our software updates and push in tutorial, training session and social media usage are making our coaches smarter – so we just aren’t needed as often. Let’s take a look at some November stats.
Company values are something you’ve heard plenty of brands talk about. Most often, companies have values just for their public relations department and the idea stops there. But at Hudl, our company culture is something we take a lot of pride in – and with the impact values have on sports, it only makes sense that they have that same impact on our culture.
After an informal poll, it seems 33% of Hudlies think Christmas cheer is allowed to begin well before Turkey Day (i.e., the day after Halloween). That number may not be the majority, but we think it’s enough to justify listing ways in which the holidays are awesome today - the day before Thanksgiving.
Even if your offseason has already started, there are a handful of Playbook updates worth checking out – from a tiny change in drawing tools, to a whole new way of seeing your plays in action. Football may be over, but the feedback never stops, and neither should the updates.
Tyler Deboer isn’t the chattiest Hudlie. Which is fine, because he doesn’t work in support, so it’s not like he has to answer calls and talk to coaches all the time. But we do wish he spoke up just a little more, because anytime he does, it’s great. If you know anyone with a really dry sense of humor, Tyler’s is drier. You may think that’s impossible. It’s not.
This time of year, every year, we get a handful of calls from coaches concerned about keeping game film safe during the offseason. With each person’s login providing so much access to your team’s library, those concerns are perfectly understandable – especially as players’ careers come to an end and their Hudl responsibilities change.
Updates to our mobile apps are usually sporadic, and typically apply to only iOS or Android, not both. But this week is different. This week is monumental. This week, we have multiple updates for both iOS and Android devices. We took a look at all of the feedback we received from coaches and players, and made sure everyone got a little something out of our latest releases.