A Wizard is usually used by a movement analysis expert such as a coach or for self analysis by an athlete. As a result some sort of communication between the expert and the athlete is needed.
Example 1. The process for a coach doing the analysis may be:
|1.||Coach takes or gets a video of the athlete performing the specific skill and uploades it into their own Zone in Bracken.|
|2.||Coaches selects a Pathway and then a Wizard in that Pathway.|
|3.||Coach works though the Wizard using the video of the athlete.|
|4.||Coach submits the automatically generated Report to the athlete. |
|5.||The athlete can make comments if they wish and send them back to the coach.|
Note: If text boxes have been added to the Wizard when it was created, the analyst (eg coach) can add their own comments there.
Example 2. The process for an athlete doing the analysis on themselves may be:
|1.||Athlete takes a video of them self performing the specific skill and uploades it into their area within their coach's Zone in Bracken.|
|2.||Athlete selects a Pathway and then a Wizard in that Pathway.|
|3.||Athlete works though the Wizard using their video.|
|4.||Athlete submits the automatically generated Report to the coach|
|5.||The coach can make comments and send them back to the athlete.|
You can add comments to a Wizard Report that has been submitted to you by clicking on the Edit button in the Report. Now you can type your comment in the box that appears and then click OK to save it.
Note: You cannot make comments on Wizard Reports that have been shared with you, only those submitted to you
This is an image of the screen where you can add comments to Wizard Reports that have been submitted to you.