Finishing a Tournament¶
This page outlines some final steps to take after the conclusion of outrounds.
Tabs can be released under Setup > Configuration > Tab Release. Tabbycat offers the following system tabs:
You can configure the team, speakers and replies tab to display only a certain number of speakers, e.g., to show only a “Top 10 Speakers” tab.
If you defined any speaker categories (for example, Novice, ESL or EFL), a tab for each category marked “public” can also be released using the Release speaker category tabs to public. You can similarly limit each of these tabs to display just the top few speakers, in the definition of the speaker categories. The speaker categories not marked public are not released by this option.
You can also redact individual speaker’s identifying details (name, team, and institution) from the public individual tabs. You can do so by going into the Edit Database area, going to Participants > Speakers, finding the speaker and clicking the Anonymous box (and saving).
Silent and non-completed rounds aren’t released unless the Release all round results to public option is checked, so once your tournament has concluded, you probably want to change this setting.
Public tab pages are cached for performance reasons. This means that any changes that affect a tab page (say redacting a speaker or changing a speaker score) may not show up on the public site for up to an hour.
You probably want to turn off the Public ballots, Public feedback, Feedback progress, and Public draw features under Configuration at this stage as they no longer have any use.