When doing the assignment of bib numbers at one time, we now show a message with the last bib number assigned. This is useful if trying to assign bibs to a 5K and then to a 10K and you want to use them all consecutively.
We have added an option to assign bibs based on age: This would assign bibs to all of the people in the youngest age year alphabetically by last name and then first name. Then it would go to the next year in age and sort those. For example:
When races use the option to automatically assign bibs, we now offer an option to either reuse or not reuse bibs that have been assigned, but the participant is removed from the event. The option is on the RaceDay Go -> Bib Validation page:
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