Multiple Sponsors, Easy Roster Additions for Mobile

We’re excited to tell you about some feature enhancements to both the web application and our mobile apps that you can try today!  Both of these enhancements came from customer suggestions, so keep ‘em coming.

Feature Multiple Sponsors on your Home Page



We all know that behind every great team, there’s a sponsor that helps fund the uniforms, or supplies the pizza, or provides some other support that the team simply cannot manage without.   And sometimes teams have more than one such sponsor that they want to show the love.

Now for our Ultra Plan customers, we’ve rolled out the ability to display multiple sponsor logos on the home page of both your internal and public-facing websites.  So if you’ve been agonizing over whether to give props to Chico’s Bail Bonds or ACME Road Runner Exterminators, now you won’t have to make such a gut-wrenching choice!

Check this out for complete instructions on how to add a second (or a third or tenth) sponsor to your site.

Easy Roster Additions on Mobile

More and more of our customers are creating teams on the go, and we’ve recently made it even easier to build out your roster by using our two new import features to our iOS and Android apps.

roster-importFirst, you can now add members to your team directly from your mobile device’s list of contacts.  The TeamSnap mobile app will pull all the important contact information and populate all the same fields right in your TeamSnap roster.  Easy!

Next, you can now copy any player or member from one TeamSnap roster directly into another.  All his or her player data will come along for the ride.

Both types of roster additions work in a similar fashion. The Team Owner and Managers will find a “+” button at the upper right of their roster screen.  A magic tap of that button will reveal an “Add Players” list of abundant possibilities.  Choose “Import from Contacts” or “Import from Another Team” and add players to your heart’s content!  Or until your thumb falls off.

On Android, the options are broken out even further to choose between adding either players or non-players.  Go check it out!



Je suis pas capable d’accéder au compte car je suis pris dans un autre compte
Poivre vous m’aider
Merci Sabrina Hudon

Stephanie Myers  

Je suis désolé d’entendre cela. s’il vous plaît contacter

John Wilson  

In my history of using TeamSnap as an individual account (not under the hierarchy of a club or league), roster management has been a big issue. To manage a team successfully requires well curated data. I have a core group of players, but a few won’t play in the fall, or I will have a player return to the team after a year in a lower division. And our seasons overlap, so I can’t just archive and create a new season. TeamSnap allows me to export and import players, but not in any way useful to copy a player from one team to another.

The “Easy Roster Additions on Mobile” post above gives me a way to copy that well-curated roster data between teams. After reading and rereading the documentation, this capability doesn’t appear to exist in the browser-based TeamSnap (or maybe just not in the documentation).

It didn’t occur to me that the mobile app might have fundamental capabilities not available via the browser. This is huge. And it deserves more visibility.

To make this work for me, I’ve created a free team as a “pool” to hold players who aren’t currently participating, but will be back. And for players moving to a different division, it gives me a mechanism to hand off a player to a different team manager.

Now if I could import a player from an archived team, or similarly import locations, …


Sam Player  

Hi John!

This feature is actually being tested now and should be released to the public in the web app in a couple of weeks!

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