While I’m setting up your account and before you dive in, there are going to be a couple of concepts we need to understand first. I’m trying to make Timeslip Charts THE go-to resource for racers that are serious about inspecting and analyzing their performance. It’s an ongoing process, which is why I’ve committed to things like always retroactively applying any new charts we create to your existing log books you’ve uploaded for free. That way, the information you submit is still important, even if I don’t have a chart for it right now.
The rewards are real. If this information can help you win a crucial round – even one round – this system can pay for itself for years to come. Knowing how to view your performance as a racer is very important. But know that it’s a process for me too. I’m working to create something great. The process may change as time goes on, so I’m asking for patience.
Because I’ve set my goal with Timeslip Charts is so high, there will be fumbles along the way, or bugs, or what have you. I promise to work just as hard as you in order to deliver an awesome product. If you ever have an issue, you can email me directly: email@example.com
That being said, Timeslip Charts is still a process for you too. You must also be patient. Over time, the information you enter will eventually produce great results. We must keep learning, even when it’s hard.
Of course there are two kinds of people: people that want to rush right in, and people that take time to read the instructions. I hope you’re willing to be the second kind of person with Timeslip Charts. If you rush in and enter information incorrectly, it will be on you, and guaranteed it will take more time to fix the issue. You also risk displaying incorrect charts with incorrect data.
“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?”
If I think something is my fault though, obviously I’ll make it right and then some. But you need to know exactly how to use the system, so you can get the most out of it.
When I’ve set up your account, you’ll get an email telling you it’s ready, and you can begin at step 1.
To read about the three steps in more detail and get started on your journey, click the links to head to the Knowledge Base.
Step 1: How to enter timeslips
Thanks again, and I hope you enjoy Timeslip Charts.