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Category: Historical League Setup
|1.||Can I enter my league history from a prior season that I ran on another league management site into MyFantasyLeague.com?|
Yes, definitely. To do this, start by setting up a league as you normally would. To set up league corresponding to one of the following seasons, click on a link below:
Once you've completed the basic league setup, if your league was hosted on CBS, ESPN, Yahoo or Fleaflicker in the past, see this FAQ for additional detailed instructions. Otherwise, you'll need these do the following steps, in order:
- From the historic league, use the "For Commissioners > Setup > Adjust Scores and Standings > Franchise Score Adjuster" option to manually assign the correct scores for to the correct franchises for each week of the season. Or, you may use the "For Commissioners > Setup > Adjust Scores and Standings > Import Franchise Score Adjustments" option to do more of a "batch import" of weekly scores.
- If your league is a head-to-head league, use the "For Commissioners > Setup > Fantasy Schedule Setup > Weekly Schedule Setup" option to re-create the fantasy schedule for that season.
- Use the "For Commissioners > Recalculate Standings" option, which should update your league standings report so it shows accurate standings.
- Then (and only then, after your historical season standings are correct), go to your current season league, and using the "For Commissioners > Setup > League History Setup > General League History Setup" page, and enter your historical league home page URLs.
- Wait up to 24 hours, and the system will automatically import your historical league results and franchises into your current season's records reports.
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|2.||I'm moving to MyFantasyLeague.com from CBS (or ESPN, or Yahoo, or Fleaflicker, RTSports) - do you offer an automated way of importing my league history to MyFantasyLeague.com?|
Answer: Yes! We're experimenting with a new way of automatically transferring league information from CBS, ESPN, Yahoo and Fleaflicker leagues to MyFantasyLeague.com. To try out this new feature, just complete the following steps:
1 ) Set up a historical league on MyFantasyLeague.com using these instructions for the season that you'd like to import. You will have to create one MyFantasyLeague.com league per season you want to import.
2 ) Once you've set up your league, go to the For Commissioners > Setup > League History Setup > Import Remote League page from that league's home page.
3 ) Select the site you're importing from.
4 ) Enter the username, password and league home page URL from the remote site. But sure to check the checkbox indicating you understand what will happen next.
5 ) Review what the system is about to import to make sure it looks correct. As of now, we offer the ability to import franchise names, your fantasy schedule, weekly franchise scores, rosters, and a few other franchise-specific pieces of information (email addresses and owner names from some sites, and "honors" from other sites)
6 ) Import the league data.
A few important points regarding this new feature:
1 ) We're considering this a beta-level effort now. This means that you may well find problems with the way the system imports your league from another site. If you do, please let us know, and we'll try to fix it.
2 ) Even after importing your league from another site, you still may have to manually update some information for this league. In other words, this import functionality is not intended to import all league settings.
3 ) Importing your league via this option will completely overwrite all league data currently associated with this league. Be 100% sure you want to throw away all MyFantasyLeague.com data before proceeding.
4 ) If you'd like to import a league from a site not listed above, you can use the Import Franchise Score Adjustments option to manually enter scores for each week of the season.
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