Manage your projects
Tournaments on Toornament can now be arranged in projects. You can find a 'My Projects' page alongside your list of organized tournaments, where you will be able to create and manage your projects. Projects are the backbone of the Plan system, but are optional and can be used to simply order your tournaments, and provide tournament permissions to groups of users.
Once created, a project can have tournaments associated with it, either by creating a new tournament directly in the project, or by associating existing tournaments. You can also choose to dissociate a tournament from a project if need be.
The project navigation is as follows:
Where you can access the tournaments currently linked to this project, and can create/associate new tournaments.
If your project plan allows it, this is where you will find the Website(s) created in your project, to display content from a Prime tournament on the white-label website you generate from the Builder.
For you to change the name of the project, and delete it (this action is irreversible!).
This is where you will be able to upgrade your Project plan, to one of our esports plans. Paid plans come with a trial period for you to check the features and make sure that it fits your needs.
If your project plan allows it, this is where you will be able to create API Applications, check your usage and find the credentials you need to develop your custom solution.
You can create a Group with users in your project, and attribute permissions in the project to them. These groups can also be used to apply batches of permissions within the tournaments of the project.
Only tournaments that are part of said project can have the group and attribute permissions to them.
A project comes with a set of two permissions (more are to be added in the future), that can be applied to both users and groups (a group is a list of users):
- Administrate project: Lets the user/group access the project, and rename it.
- Associate tournaments: Lets the user/group associate and dissociate tournaments from the project.