I'm again suggesting what's been my #1 wish for the whole time I've been a clan leader (nearly a year now) - a new statistic available for clan leaders that I suspect would be fairly easy to implement, and would be an enormous
help in clan management.
I wish I could see the number of clan games each of my clan members is currently playing (under my clan!) - seeing that column appear in the member statistics page would make my year!
Why is this so important? Well, clan leaders typically ask their members to set a limit as to how many clan games they are willing to play concurrently - this way the members never get more than they can handle. This is why I need the ongoing-clan-game count for each member every time I am considering accepting a challenge, or setting up new challenges of my own.
As it stands now, to find this little crucial bit of info out, you need to open up the page for every ongoing clan challenge individually, and then tally up the ongoing games manually. I timed it the last time I did it, and it took me 15 minutes to get this info, and this was working without too many outside distractions... more than once it's happened to me that the phone has rang as I'm in the middle of tallying up the games on some page, and after I've finished the phone call, I don't remember whether I finished counting that page or not.... nothing to do but start over.
Also, in this process there's the possibility of human error... not often but a couple of times I've accidentally gone over the limit of some member.
And this operation has to be done every single time I want to respond to challenges, or set up new ones.
And it is soooo frustrating, because it's exactly the sort of thing you know should
be automated. It is the single most important statistic for a clan leader, and it's missing.
If this statistic was available, I could respond to challenges without delay, and also would be inclined to be more active in other clan matters, not having to waste time on this rather tedious excercise.
So please Russ, make my year - please put it on the "to-do-list", somewhere in the vicinity of the top of the pile...