We are seeing an increase in interest for long distance endurance relay events where runners can share in a challenging, memorable experience together. With this, we’ve been doing a great deal of work with RaceJoy to deliver the features that the teams and that race organizers want that are specific to the unique nature involved... Continue Reading →
We have released E-mails as the first source tracking for registrations in our RunSignUp Analytics platform - the equivalent of Google Analytics customized for races. This gives race directors new levels of visibility into their promotional efforts that were unavailable before. And it is easy and automated. If you click the green line in the... Continue Reading →
The Race Analytics Dashboard has released a flurry of new capabilities to help races understand their promotion, demographics, registrations and transactions better. (You may also have noted the nice progress on the overall User Experience of the race dashboard with the new fresh colors.) There are now more than 15 graphs giving you a quick... Continue Reading →
The front Dashboard will become much more powerful in the coming weeks with over a dozen different graphical reports being added. To prepare for this, we have added specific access management for just the Dashboard. To invite others to get access to dashboard graphs, click on the lock in the upper right corner: This will... Continue Reading →
We have started making a few improvements to the MyRaces list. This includes a faster way to Add Access to other people who will help you with your race. We have also added better guidance on how many years of data is showing in your race.
From Florida to Utah and Louisiana in between! This past weekend RaceJoy was available at a lot of races, but three stood out with high usage from participants and spectators. These races showed that runners, walkers and spectators alike are embracing RaceJoy’s advanced tracking and cheers, opting for a special race day experience. The three... Continue Reading →
To have a race loaded into RaceJoy, races need to submit an electronic course map in GPX or KML format so that RaceJoy’s system can create an interactive race course for the event. These maps are then used to track race participants and to provide GPS Progress Alerts at every mile. The alerts sent are... Continue Reading →