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Poll: Role Project

My own little role-project
Started on 22 October 2018 by Stavre / First Post
Latest Reply on 24 October 2018 by zenar / Last Post
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Is this spreadsheet useful? (2 votes)
Hi,
Yesterday I started a role project in Google Sheets.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QG_uv1vdT8RoHv1Mv7A2I24Q7PRDl1tORzlSlFjD0pw/edit?usp=sharing

What does the sheet do?
If you plug in all your player's attributes, you will get a value for how adapt he is in any specific role.

How to use it?
The easiest way is just to plug in all attributes of your player and check which position you are interested in using him (all done in the Worksheet-tab). (The loading time can be up to half a minute)
The Important and KEY Attributes are the ones FM highlights. IF you want to add an attribute to the Important/KEY-list go to the Backoffice 1-tab and add the background color to the cell.
Backoffice 2 and 3 are only there to filter and sort the roles.

I would love some feedback on this project Is it of any use to anyone? What can be improved? (loading times are long, but so far I haven't found a smoother way of calculating while maintaining the easy way of editing which attributes that matters (background color))

With love
//Stavre
I Can only view the spreadsheet, is it possible to change that

Best Regards,

zenar
Hi Zenar,
Cheers for interest,
Since it is my master file it wouldn't be any good if you all could edit it directly. (Would be a mess really)
My suggestion is to go to File -> Copy, and make your own copy on your own drive. It will work nicely there (and you can edit it as you please).

Have fun and give feedback if you have any!
Well i have done that :), but it does not show the best role, maybe there is a error in code ?

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