2017 App Update

August 17, 2017
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As you may have noticed, we have made a few changes to our apps for the 2017 season to bring you a smoother and quicker experience while also adding more advanced and customizable views.

Most visibly, we moved the apps to Shiny so we can continue to build on our use of R and add new features and improvements throughout the season.  We expect the apps to better handle high traffic load this season during draft season and peak traffic.

In addition to the ability to create and save custom settings, you can also choose the columns you view in our Projections tool.  We have also added more advanced metrics such as weekly VOR and Projected Points Per Dollar (ROI) for those of you in auction leagues.  With a free account, you’ll be able to create and save one custom setting.  If you get an FFA Insider subscription, you’ll be able to create and save unlimited custom settings.

Up next is the ability to upload custom auction values to make it easier to use during auction drafts.

We are also always looking to add new features, so feel free to drop us a suggestion in the Comments section below!

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