In your user profile you'll see a quick summary box that shows when you joined, how many coins you've won across your 'career', your favorite team, and your bio. You can quickly amend your avatar, favorite team and bio from here:
Using the bio feature you can now tell other members of the Pickwatch community a little about yourself:
Next up is a summary of your season performance. You can use the dropdown option to switch between Straight Up and Against the Spread/Run Line/Puck Line in order to see your record, where you rank, and how many coins you've won:
The 'Quick Actions' section gives you a quick route to parts of the website you may use often:
You can add quick links to your social media profiles in the 'Social Media' section. Initially, the icons will appear grey but once you've added your various usernames the icons will appear in color:
Underneath this is a quick summary of your record, both lifetime and current season. It shows your W-L record and your win percentage:
Next up is a breakdown of your best and worst team are, win percentage-wise. Using mine as examples, what it's showing is that I have made picks on four games involving the Green Pay Packers (either picking them or the opposing team) and all four have resulted in winning picks. On the other hand, I've also made four picks involving the Arizona Cardinals and only one of those has resulted in a winning pick.
Both of these can be filtered to show how you've done with Straight Up or Against the Spread picks, and can also be filtered to show how you've done across your lifetime or in a particular season. The 'Show More' option will pop up a box that includes the rest of the teams in the NFL:
We should point out that if you view another user's profile you won't be able to see their Best/Worst Teams unless you are a Pickwatch Pro subscriber. Instead you will be faced with this:
For more information on Pickwatch Pro, please read this article.
Your 'Weekly Record' can be filtered to show your Straight Up or Against the Spread picks for a particular season. It shows your W-L record, win percentage, profit/loss, and rank on a week-by-week basis for whichever season you have selected. You can also click 'Show More' in order to see the table in full:
Next up is a look at your 'Weekly Picks'. This again can be filtered to show your picks, W-L record, win percentage, profit/loss, and rank on a week-by-week basis for whichever season you have selected. You can also see what stake you placed on each game. This can be expanded to see the table in full by clicking 'Show More':
The final addition to the overhaul of user profiles is a detailed career record. Here you can see a breakdown of your W-L record, win percentage, profit/loss, and season rank for either Straight Up or Against the Spread picks. If you've been using Pickwatch for multiple seasons then they will be shown here:
All of the above information can also be seen for NBA, MLB, NHL, and NCAAF. To do so, you just need to change the selected sport at the top of your profile: