Hey Alfonso, two questions. No offense intended whatsoever, I'm only curious.
Is it necessary that the sheet is almost 22MB in size after download? Does the database tab need one million lines?
Is it intentional that I can't manually add players to the database, or am I just too stupid? I tried adding the TOTW guys yesterday and they just wouldn't show up.
I left the worksheet unlock so you can add to database. If you already added the players then all you have to do is unhide the slicer menu sheet and right click on the table top row and select refresh and you are good to go. Enjoy
Just when you think you have it right, you find out there are glitches. Version 3.0 fixed some major glitches that weren't noticeable before. This new version should provide very accurate results. Try it out and let me know.
it is so easy to use. Download file to windows computer and open in excel. Enable macros. In step 1 set the category of the players you want to snipe. Example, Click on super bowl and elite then go to step 2. Now in step 2, click on a cell under the column player name and a drop down list appears. this is the list of players that have the category you selected in step one. So in this example the list is of Super bowl players that are elite. Now select a player from list. go to next cell below it and select another player. Now you can mix players from different programs by going back and forth from step1 to step2. Once you selected up to ten players you want a filter for....click the button create filter and you will be given a list of all filters.