Hold'em Manager will not share your hand histories with any 3rd party.*
Hold'em Manager will not allow 3rd parties access to your hands stored in HM Cloud.
Your HoldemManager.com login credentials are used to upload and view the HM Cloud website.
*Hold'em Manager considers hand histories stored on HM Cloud servers to be owned by the user. The only rights associated with your hand histories that are assumed by Hold'em Manager is the right to store your hand histories on your behalf.
HM Cloud Tiles deliver a wide range of analysis options ranging from overall results to hand based heat map charts. Clicking on elements within HM Cloud tiles to drill down to lower levels of detail creates very specific filtered views and hand lists.
Please see this video which explains how to get the most out of using the HM Cloud Tiles
Displays what user is currently logged into HM Cloud. This is your HoldemManager.com email address and password.
Click the 'Change User' button to switch accounts if someone else with a HM Cloud account wants to play poker on your computer. This will ensure that their hands will get imported to their database instead of yours.
Start HUD on Windows startup - Checking this box will launch the HM Cloud HUD when Windows starts. Note: This option will only work if your Windows UAC Settings are set to 'Never Notify'.
Detailed logging - Checking this box will start the HM Cloud logging commands. There is no need to enable this option unless we ask for logs through our support channels.
HUD transparent unless mouse over - Checking this box will make your HUD semi-transparent unless you mouse over a players HUD.
Show tables open and close notifications - disabling this will stop the 'Table open/closed...' messages you see in the System Tray like shown in the image below.
HM Cloud offers the ability to import your existing HM2 HUD (including color ranges and layout*) and HM2 pop-ups (including design elements). To access this menu right click the HM Cloud System Tray Icon and select Settings > HM2 HUD Import.
Select which HM2 HUD's you want to import and click the Import HUD Layouts button.
Notice: Not all HM2 stats are compatible with HM Cloud. If your HM2 HUD has stats HM Cloud doesn't support HM Cloud will inform you of the stats that didn't convert when you imported the HM2 HUD(s). We will be adding more stats to HM Cloud as the beta progresses. The Beta release of HM Cloud contains a core set of ~1300 stats that are most often used. You can see which stats are currently available in HM Cloud, and their definitions.
HM Cloud does not support multiple panel HUDs in the beta release. If your HM2 HUD has multiple panels you will need to use the HM2 HUD Designer to make it a single panel HUD before you import it to HM Cloud.