Rebracketing at a Zoom tournament will work similarly to at a physical tournament. You’ll ideally want to time rebracketing so that it happens during a lunch break.
We suggest adding the new playoff seeds in the same Google Sheet you’re using for a prelim schedule.
To make rebracketing go quickly, it’s important to have a running record of team win/loss and points per game. You don’t want to have to compile all stats at the start of the rebracketing period.
If your tournament is split over multiple Zoom meetings, you’ll need to make sure to communicate the proper meeting links to each team (as these may have changed since the prelims).