If you have more than one scorer, then it is very important that you share one player file between you. The player file contains information about players such as EBU number and join date. The EBU number is used for sending EBU master points to the EBU and the join date for detecting whether a player is a member as far as "Member Only" competitions are concerned. It also makes sure that you have the name spelt the same, again used in Competitions to analyse week-on-week scores.
When you start using ScoreBridge with Bridgewebs, you can upload the player file to Bridgewebs and then the other scorer can download the player file to their version. On following events is you have a new player, then you should again download the player file, add the new player AND upload the player file to Bridgewebs again. After a few weeks you should have all the regulars recorded and you will just need to do this if there is a Visitor.
You do this from the top level "Events List".
You can set ScoreBridge to do this automatically.
Now when you create a New Event it will prompt to download from Bridgewebs etc.
IF YOU HAVE SEPARATE SCORERS and A PLAYER WITH THE WRONG NAME
1) If you are not concerned about Master Points, or the result was simply a one off by a guest scorer, then
2) The best idea is to use the same player file and adopt the procedure above, in which case.