You can think of Data Explorer as a search engine for all of your data in Spiideo. It allows users to quickly and efficiently search and filter on any tagged event in your account. It's designed to be fast and easy! Simply, search for the tags you are interested in (Goals, Shots, Player names, etc.), view them within Data Explorer, and share them with other members in your organization!

✅ AVAILABLE FOR: This feature is only available for PRO PLUS subscriptions. If you are interested in using Data Explorer, you can reach out to your regional sales manager or contact support@spiideo.com.

  1. Search and populate tags

  2. Adding tags to a Presentation

  3. Adding tags to a Clip Collection

1. Searching and populate your tags

Step 1: Open up Data Explorer

On the Spiideo Web App (app.spiideo.net), you can click on the Data Explorer tab to get started!


STEP 2: Search tags

Click on Search tags and start typing in the tags you are interested in.

Data explorer searches every tag in your account and takes into account spelling and is also case sensitive.

📝NOTE: The tags are sorted by most frequently used. You can either select a tag or search for a specific tag (ex: Shot).

Type in the tag you'd like to search for 🔍 and click Save.

Once you save your search, all of the tags will be populated to view and add to a Selection (i.e. playlist).

📝 USE CASE: Want to search and watch all of the Goals? When you search for Goal tags, every Goal that you have tagged will populate below.

Then click on the Goal you'd like to watch or add to your playlist to watch later. More on this in the next section👇

💡 TIP: You can make the viewing window smaller and move the window anywhere on the page. This allows you to continue to navigate your clips by viewing and adding to your playlist. Just click and drag to your desired location.

When viewing on the larger screen, you can also skip to the next clip by pressing the arrow (bottom right) or Add a play to a selection by pressing the button in the middle.

STEP 3: Using basic and advanced filters

Data Explorer filter options (simple and advanced)

Search tags: search on any tag in your account to populate the menu of options to select from.

📌 IMPORTANT: Data explorer searches on the specific tag name and is spelling and case-sensitive. It's important when Creating your Tag Panels that you use the same tag name for specific plays (i.e. 1 tag for Goal for vs. multiple different variations and spellings) so when you make tags across all of your recordings, it's easier to search and find those plays.

Advanced tag search using and / or conditions: If you would like to search on more than one tag, you can do by using conditional data filters.

Has all of = filter on tags that are not correlated to one another - i.e. "I'd like to see all the Goals and Scoring chances."

📝 USE CASE: This is a great way to quickly search on different types of tags to watch and add to presentations. In the example below, you can add a row to search all of the Teaching moments, Highlights, and Great Plays.

Tags added to the same row = filter on tags that are directly correlated to one another. "I'd like to see all of the Teaching moments that include only turnovers"

📌 IMPORTANT: In order for you to search on correlated tags (i.e. tags on the same row), you will either need to be two-level tagging in Spiideo or have imported XML data with Sportscode, Instat, Playermaker, or other 3rd party platforms.

Date: filter on specific date period

Groups: filter on tags that are shared with a one or more Groups

Scenes: filter on tags from a specific scene (i.e. arena)

Leagues: filter on tags from specific Leagues

🗒 NOTE: This filter is only available if you are part of a League or Conference exchange where data is stored on all of those games at the League level (not individual account level). If you are curious how to get data stored at the League level you can contact us at support@spiideo.com.

Filter by recording title: filter on tags from a specific practice or game based on the recording title


2. Adding tags to a Presentation

Now that you have filtered on the specific tags, you can add clips to a playlist by selecting Add or Select All to add all at once to the playlist.

Step 1: Add clips to your selection

Click Add to add clips to your selection (click on the green check to remove the clip)

Step 2: Open your selection (i.e. playlist)

Open the selection view to see all of your clips in a playlist.

  • Play all = watch all of the clips consecutively

  • Back to search = Go back to Data Explorer main page

  • Clear selection = remove all selected clips

  • Add to presentation = add all clips to an existing or new presentation

Step 3: Add selected clips to a presentation

To add your selected clips to a presentation, click Add to presentation.

From here, you can create a new presentation and share with a Group (other users in your account) or share the clips to an existing presentation!

Step 4: View your presentation🎉

Once you share the clips to an existing or new presentation, go to the Presentations tab to view!

Click on the thumbnail to open your Presentation! You can read our article on Working with Presentations to learn how to edit and share your presentations!

Here's a short video step-by-step on this entire workflow👇


3. Adding tags to a Clip Collection

Clip Collections are folders for specific tagged events. You can share these clip collections with other members in your organizations via Groups.

📝 USE CASE: You can think of saving selections to Clip Collections as a way to Save your clips. From Clip Collections, you can share those with other members of your team or add to presentations at a later time. If you want to customize the order, length, etc. then it's best to add clips to a Presentation vs. Clip Collection.

Step 1: Add clips to your selection

Step 2: Go to your Clip Collections tab

Step 3: Click on the Clip Collection thumbnail to view your clips!

💡TIP: If you are looking to customize and present clips to your team with drawing tools, text overlays, etc. then it's best to create a Presentation vs. Clip Collection from these clips.

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