It’s pretty easy to get confused when you open up the Entries export from your Bracket campaign and look at all those cryptic numbers in the “Bracket Prediction” column. Here’s your key to decoding that info:
If you followed the setup guide, you know that each bracket choice has an associated number. When viewing the bracket choices in the Bracket Settings section, you can hover over each of the colored boxes to reveal their index number (starting with 0 – top to bottom).
The “Bracket Prediction” column in the Entries export has a string of numbers, separated by colons, that looks like this:
Deciphering this information is actually easier than you might think.
The number to the left of the colon represents the match or round (notice that they are numbered sequentially) and the number to the right of the colon is the index number of the Bracket Choice that they selected in that match.
So based on the example image above, this entrant voted for bracket choice #0 in the first match-up, and choice #3 in the second match up.