New Automatic League Sync Feature for 2019!

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This is one of the coolest enhancements we have for 2019. The Draft Analyzer dashboard will automatically detect your open fantasy football leagues and let you import all the settings for that league in a single click.  You don't need to find a league ID or do anything else...super easy and fast.  The caveat is that you need to use the Chrome browser on a laptop/desktop.  The sync feature currently detects any page you have open within your fantasy football league (Home, Rules, Settings, Draft board, etc) on Yahoo, ESPN, CBSSports, NFL.com, RTSports, MyFantasyLeague, Sleep (website) and more are coming soon (let us know which sites we should add next).  If you are syncing with mock drafts on ESPN, Yahoo, CBSSports or NFL.com, after you join the league simply click Add My League and it will detect that open mock league and import the settings in a single click.  If you have multiple leagues open at the same time, it will prompt you to import the most recently accessed league or click a link to choose from the full list.

The only downside is that you need to use Chrome for the new sync features, which is the fastest browser anyway.  If you are manually tracking your draft picks, you can use any device and any browser.

Here is a quick overview:
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Ted Kasten, Founder

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SkyHokie

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Worked for me.  I used Chrome to do the sync and then went to Firefox.  Not a fan of Chrome.

Thanks for making the sync work.
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Joe Franklin

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If I purchase the single league license can I upgrade to an unlimited license? 
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Jay Bellville, Employee

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Yes, you would just have to email us at support as there is no automated way to upgrade currently.  support@draftanalyzer.com
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Fred Schneider

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If I am using DA for a best ball draft that takes place over multiple days,  will DA look to update my source input from 4for4 on a regular basis or will the 4for4 data only accessed during the initial start of the draft?
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Jay Bellville, Employee

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It will update for you.  Typically what you will want to do is when you go back into the DA the following day is clear all picks and then turn the sync back on.