A team may tell you what their robot can do, and then there's what the robot actually does during competition. This is called Match Scouting, and it involves students watching each robot in each match and capturing the accomplishments and setbacks of each team's robot.
Because speed of data entry is important during the matches, this screen is configured to require no scrolling. Note the tabbed interface that moves between data capture during the Autonomous period, the Teleop period, and the post-match. Breaking this up makes it easier to capture the most-complete data possible.
As with the Pit Scouting screen, you will want to modify the shared code base to put in your own questions.