The "Teams" page allows you to create new teams, view information about teams, manage teams settings, delete teams, and much more.

How to create a team

On the "Teams" page you can create a new team and set it up. Click on "Form new team". Enter the name of the team, description (optional), select the captain by clicking on the "Upgrade to a captain" button and mark the members you want to add to the team.

Click on the drop-down list "Participation in task" and select the task that you want to attach to the team. After setting the team up, click "Form new team".

You can't create a team without a captain!

How to manage teams

Participation in the task

The organizer can change the task selected by the team. Click on the checkbox next to the team and click "Change".

In the pop-up window, click on the drop-down list "Participation in task" and select the desired task. If you want to change the criteria attached to the task, click on the appropriate checkbox next to the criterion name. Click on "Save" after making all the changes.

Participation in the categories

The process is similar to the one described above. In the pop-up window, you can change the criteria and save the team settings.

How to set criteria up in a task

Attention! The criteria (Prizes) added via the "Teams” page will be reset if the team changes the task. The criteria added to the task (even if they don't exist) have priority over the criteria that you added manually. In order to avoid this scenario, please enable settings "Fix team settings", "Limit task selection" and "Team moderation".

Team moderation

Team moderation is required to allow the team to participate in your event. Moderation statuses are displayed in the team table and on the team preview card.

Team moderation will only work if the "Team moderation" setting is enabled.

Select a team and click on "Change". Click on "Moderation" and select the appropriate moderation status for the team.

Click on "Apply”. Then you will be prompted to send a notification about the moderation status to the team members.

Team composition

You can manually fix settings and composition of a team. Select a team and click on "Change". Select "The team is complete", in the pop-up window, select the desired setting and click "Apply".

How to change team information

All information about a team can be changed. To change the information about a team, select a team and click on "Change". In the drop-down list, select "Edit team information".

How to disable Gitlab

This setting was created to disable the gitlab account. It is used for the tasks with the "Gitlab" type.

If a participant's Gitlab account is disabled, the link to the repository is shown in red color.

If for some reason the participant's repository wasn’t created or if it was created with an error, then instead of a link to the repository, there will be a button "Fix", by clicking this button it will be possible to correct errors.

Do you have issues with Gitlab? Contact us at and we will definitely help you!

Task with the "Gitlab" type​

How to delete a team

In order to delete a team you need to follow the same process as in deleting solutions. Select a team, click on "Change". Select "Delete teams" and confirm the selection.

You can delete multiple teams at the same time. To do this, select several teams and click on "Delete teams".

If you deleted a team - it is an irreversible process. If you accidentally deleted a team, ask the team members to re-create it. Do you have any difficulties? Contact us at!

Teams List Interface

All the necessary information about teams is presented in the table on the "Teams" page. Let's take a look at how this information can be useful to you. “Team name“ and “Captain” columns These columns display the team name and the captain's name.

There is a team chat icon next to the team name. If you want to contact the team, click on this icon and you will be forwarded to the team chat. In the team chat, you automatically get the host status.

“Number of participants” column

This column displays the number of participants in each team. Click on the number of participants to view the list of team members.

The team members view page is similar in its features to the "List of participants" page. You can read about it here - List of participants.

“Participates in task” and “Task progress”columns

Here you can see the task selected by the team and the progress the team has made. Click on the task name in the column “Participates in task" and you will be redirected to the team's solution view page.

A completed task is shown in green, and an unsolved task is shown in red. Hover over the task name to see when the task was completed by the participant.

Type of participation

This column shows the type of team participation that the team indicates on the team preview card.

This column is displayed only if the setting "The team selects the type of participation" is enabled.

“Assessed according to the following criteria” column

This section displays the criteria that were added to the team or task.

Read about attaching criteria to a task and about participation in the categories: to refresh your knowledge.

“Moderation”, “Team is complete”, “Finalist” columns

These columns show the moderation statuses of the team, whether it’s complete or not, and whether it made it to the finals.

To see the "Moderation" and "Team is complete" columns, remember to enable “Team moderation” and “Fix team settings” in the "Other" tab.

“Confirmed” column

This column shows the status of confirmation of participation. The status changes depending on the number of confirmed team members:

  • Unconfirmed - participants have not yet confirmed their participation;

  • Partially confirmed - not all team members have confirmed their participation;

  • Full confirmed - all participants have confirmed their participation.

Enable "Confirmation of participation" to display the confirmation status on the "Teams" page.

Send the confirmation request from the "List of participants" page.

“GitLab” column

This column displays the presence and the status of the gitlab repository.


Filters on the "Teams" page are very similar to filters from the "List of participants" page, so we won't describe them in detail in this section.


We will take a closer look at the "GitLab" filter . It will be especially useful for organizers who create challenges with the task type "GitLab". You can use this filter to see the teams that have a particular repository status.

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