Track User Activity

  1. Log in to Hudl​.com, hov­er over Team and select Manage Team.

  2. Select a mem­ber of your team. 

  3. That team member’s recent activ­i­ty will appear under their detailed information.

Activity Tracking FAQ

How do you track activity?

We check to ver­i­fy video is play­ing every 30 seconds.

How do you track the last time online?

From the last time the ath­lete logged in and spent time on Hudl.

My athlete claims he watched film for 25 minutes. The tracking says 24 minutes. Why?

We round the activ­i­ty down. So that ath­lete prob­a­bly watched about 24 min­utes and 30 sec­onds of video.

What about looping clips? Does is still count?

If the videos is set to loop all clips, we con­tin­ue to track activ­i­ty until the video stops play­ing. If a video is set to loop a sin­gle clip, it doesn’t have a time lim­it for track­ing. If one clip is looped for 20 min­utes, that ath­lete would be cred­it­ed 20 min­utes of activity.

Some of my team members are on multiple teams. Can I tell which team their activity is coming from?

No, activ­i­ty is not spe­cif­ic to a cer­tain team. Regardless of which team they’re on while watch­ing video, track­ing for their usage will show on your Manage Team page.

Does it count if they’re watching highlights?

Nope, activ­i­ty is only tracked by view­ing video added by coach­es, e.g. game footage, prac­tice or oppo­nent scout.

What if an athlete has Hudl video playing in one tab and is scrolling through his Twitter feed in another tab?

We have no way to know if this is hap­pen­ing. A good gut-check for your team would be to add a note or draw­ing peri­od­i­cal­ly through­out the video. These will pause play­back, which will put a halt on their activ­i­ty tracking.

  1. Log in to the Hudl app and tap Mange Team.

  2. Select a mem­ber of your team. 

  3. You’ll see that team member’s recent activ­i­ty under their detailed information.

Activity Tracking FAQ

How do you track activity?

We check to ver­i­fy video is play­ing every sev­en seconds.

How do you track the last time online?

From the last time the ath­lete logged into the app and spent time on Hudl.

My athlete claims he watched film for 25 minutes. The tracking says 24 minutes. Why?

We round the activ­i­ty down. So that ath­lete prob­a­bly watched about 24 min­utes and 30 sec­onds of video.

What about looping clips? Does is still count?

If the videos is set to loop all clips, we con­tin­ue to track activ­i­ty until the video stops play­ing. If a video is set to loop a sin­gle clip, it doesn’t have a time lim­it for track­ing. If one clip is looped for 20 min­utes, that ath­lete would be cred­it­ed 20 min­utes of activity.

Some of my team members are on multiple teams. Can I tell which team their activity is coming from?

No, activ­i­ty is not spe­cif­ic to a cer­tain team. Regardless of which team they’re on while watch­ing video, track­ing for their usage will show on your Manage Team page.

Does it count if they’re watching highlights?

Nope, activ­i­ty is only tracked by view­ing video added by coach­es, e.g. game footage, prac­tice or oppo­nent scout.

What if an athlete has Hudl video playing in the Hudl app and tries to open his Twitter app at the same time?

Hudl’s app will pause video as soon as it’s no longer the active app on the device. Since most ath­letes have mul­ti­ple devices at their dis­pos­al, it’s still a good gut-check for your team to add a note or draw­ing peri­od­i­cal­ly through­out the video. These will also pause play­back, which will put a halt on their activ­i­ty tracking.

The Manage Team page isn’t avail­able for Android, but activ­i­ty from team mem­bers using Android devices is still tracked.

FAQ

How do you track activity?

We check to ver­i­fy video is play­ing every sev­en seconds.

How do you track the last time online?

From the last time the ath­lete logged into the app and spent time on Hudl.

My athlete claims he watched film for 25 minutes. The tracking says 24 minutes. Why?

We round the activ­i­ty down. So that ath­lete prob­a­bly watched about 24 min­utes and 30 sec­onds of video.

What about looping clips? Does is still count?

If the videos is set to loop all clips, we con­tin­ue to track activ­i­ty until the video stops play­ing. If a video is set to loop a sin­gle clip, it doesn’t have a time lim­it for track­ing. If one clip is looped for 20 min­utes, that ath­lete would be cred­it­ed 20 min­utes of activity.

Some of my team members are on multiple teams. Can I tell which team their activity is coming from?

No, activ­i­ty is not spe­cif­ic to a cer­tain team. Regardless of which team they’re on while watch­ing video, track­ing for their usage will show on your Manage Team page.

Does it count if they’re watching highlights?

Nope, activ­i­ty is only tracked by view­ing video added by coach­es, e.g. game footage, prac­tice or oppo­nent scout.

What if an athlete has Hudl video playing in the Hudl app and tries to open his Twitter app at the same time?

Hudl’s app will pause video as soon as it’s no longer the active app on the device. Since most ath­letes have mul­ti­ple devices at their dis­pos­al, it’s still a good gut-check for your team to add a note or draw­ing peri­od­i­cal­ly through­out the video. These will also pause play­back, which will put a halt on their activ­i­ty tracking.