We pride ourselves in offering a massive amount of customization features in FanDraft. However, as a lot of users only access the software a couple of times a year, many of these tools…
We are extremely excited to announce the launch of this year's FanDraft Football software.
There were some minor improvements made to various areas of the software, including a full redesign of the visual graphics.
We also focused a lot of time adding new features and improvements to the FanDraft WEB add-on!
We at FanDraft are big followers of the Reddit Fantasy Football site, and lately we've been seeing a lot of inquiries from users asking where they should host their fantasy football league. As we've spent a fair amount
All league's have rules regarding their ROSTER slots, pertaining to which positions will be used, and a minimum and maximum allowed at each position.
In FanDraft, you can setup which positions will be used, and set the minimum/maximum of each position, by doing the follow:
- Go to SETUP > LEAGUE SETUP
- Click the "Edit Roster Positions" button.
- In the next screen, check the positions that will be used, and type the min/max for these slots.
Don't "Confuse Position / Roster" Rules with Starting Lineup Rules
Often times users will confuse their league's starting lineup rules, with the roster rules.
For instance, in-season your rules may be that you start a QB, 2 RBs, 1 WR, 1 TE, and one FLEX spot.
None of this matters in FanDraft.
What is important is how many players at each position are allowed to be drafted.
FLEX: Don't confused COMBINED positions with Flex Positions
We are frequently noticing a lot of postings on various online communities discussing "the best ways a league can determine their fantasy draft order". Since this is something very of interest to our readers