How to create a custom league

How to create a custom league

Custom leagues are used to see data from a chosen group of pupils. This can include pupils from multiple groups or classes and even teachers.
Custom leagues can be based on their scores, amount of games played or total number of correct answers they have given.

To create a custom league

1. Go to the leagues page from the menu on the EdShed homepage, scroll down and click on custom leagues.
2. Click on the 'Create custom league' button, fill in the details and select the options you want, click 'preview' and then click 'save'.

Please follow the link below to see a video which explains this in more detail.



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