In light of the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus, Historical Levels will now expire on June 30, 2020 for all judges, regardless of their country.
Some updates have been made to JudgeApps to support the global launch of Judge Academy.
We launched a number of changes to JudgeApps today, on account of the Magic Judge Program sunsetting, and to prepare for the launch of Judge Academy.
The judge community will be experiencing a lot of changes on October 1. JudgeApps and the Judge Blogs are staying online, and the core functionalities of the site are remaining available.
It’s finally here. JudgeApps opened its doors to the public. If you want to know what it means and how it affected the website, go in and read all about it...
If you’re wondering what the JudgeApps team was up to during April, you’re in the right place. Jump in and read all about it...
With great power comes great responsibility, so with the more lenient way new users can now sign up for JudgeApps’ accounts, we decreased the amount of power given to uncertified judges using JudgeApps. Would you like to know more?
We're making a major change to how users get JudgeApps accounts. User accounts no longer require approval from an L2+ judge prior to use, but rather, they can be used as soon as the user verifies their email address. To protect our users' privacy, we've added additional restrictions to uncertified user accounts. These restrictions limit access to large amounts of personal information, while allowing broader access to features like practice exams, the forums, and many other JudgeApps features. Some Read more [...]
With some major additions to the way projects, regions and Spheres (Yes! Spheres!) are handled in JudgeApps, you’ll find a lot of interesting new things in this month’s update.
Projects on JudgeApps have some new organizational tools, making it easier than ever to find projects in your own Sphere or Region!