Upload a full season schedule from a file

Upload a full season schedule from a file

You can upload a full season's schedule from a .csv file only. If your schedule is an .xls or .xlsx file type, you must save it as a .csv file before you upload it.

For a sample of the correct formatting and column labels, see the Sample Schedule file in the Attachments section below.
 
  1. In the menu on the left of the screen, click Schedule.
  2. Click Import CSV.
  3. In the Season drop-down list, select the season.
  4. Click Choose File (figure 1).
  5. Select the .csv file on your computer and click Open.
  6. Click Submit.

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