We’ve created a video demonstration of using LockerPulse to keep track of the news for your fantasy football team. The video shows how simple it is to add your team, view your customized news stream, filter news by player, see live updates as news happens, and more. Enjoy!
With the fantasy football season kicking in to full swing tonight when the Giants and Cowboys square off, there’s no better time than right now to set up your squad in LockerPulse. We’ll deliver you the latest news on your players as it happens from all of the best fantasy football sites on the web.
If you’ve never entered a fantasy team before, you can do so by clicking “Fantasy” in the main navigation and then “Manage Players”. Just start typing your players names and you’ll see them pop up in our autosuggest box. Click “Add” and you’re all set!
Just like the rest of LockerPulse, fantasy player tracking works great on any device so you can get the latest headlines on your computer, tablet, or phone.
Enjoy the game tonight and good luck with your fantasy teams!
We’re lucky enough to be a part of Google’s pilot program for Chrome OS. Yesterday we received one of the CR-48 Chrome Notebooks. Of course, after getting set up, the first thing I did was install LockerPulse in the Chrome Web App Store. Because I had previously linked my LockerPulse Account to my Google Account, a feature available to anyone who has installed LockerPulse in the Chrome browser, I was immediately brought to My News after launching the application. No login information required. Pretty cool to see it in action! We’re really looking forward to integrating deeper with Chrome OS as it evolves.
Happy Holidays everyone!
With the launch of our customized wallpaper feature we’ve had a few questions about where to find the best wallpaper.
First and foremost, check out your favorite team’s official website. Many of them provide high quality, high resolution wallpapers. For example, on the New York Rangers official site, you can navigate to Fanzone –> Downloads –> Wallpaper. Most teams have similar offerings.
If that doesn’t work, you can try a Google Image search, filtering by “Large” images on the left hand side.
Once you’ve picked out your favorite, upload it under the Settings tab and you’re all set: