What is HotClays?
How HotClays Works
Manage Your Team: Add team members for fast squadding on score sheets. You can view sheets and station-by-station statistics for each team member.
Score Your Rounds: Create a score sheet with an event, range, date, and squad. Optionally add notes, then start scoring a round of 25. Scoring a round is as simple as tapping 'Hit' or 'Miss' for every shot.
Organize Your Rounds: Attach multiple rounds to a single score sheet for organized viewing and exporting. Rounds can be viewed, edited, and shared with friends via email.
Share Your Scores: Email entire sheets or individual rounds to your friends. HotClays generates spreadsheets that can be viewed on any desktop or mobile spreadsheet client. Exported spreadsheets make it easy to store your rounds for analysis outside of the HotClays app.
What's the difference between a sheet and a round in HotClays? A sheet contains one or more rounds for a squad at a single event. A round is 25 shots, and a sheet can contain up to eight rounds.
How can I export my scores? HotClays supports exporting sheets and individual rounds to CSV spreadsheet format. To export a sheet, follow these steps:
- Navigate to the "Sheets" tab.
- Select the sheet you would like to export.
- Tap the share icon in the top-right corner (it looks like a square with an arrow coming out of the top).
- Enter the email address of the recipient, edit the email body, and send the email. Your score sheet will be attached.
To export an individual round, start at the sheet containing the round you'd like to export. Select the round, then follow steps (3) and (4) above.
Can I use HotClays without an Internet connection? Yes, you can use HotClays without an Internet connection. However, you will not be able to email score sheets until you connect to the Internet.
How much does HotClays cost? Both HotClays Trap and HotClays Skeet are available for FREE on the App Store!
Support or Contact
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