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I said this a little less than a month ago, and I will say it again today. Thank you.
This milestone of 5 million health checks administered is a testament to your resilience and focus on safety.
When we launched TeamSnap Health Check free to all users in early August, our hope was that it could help teams and clubs return to play safely. Your dedication to making this a reality has blown us away. We appreciate all of our coaches, administrators, volunteers and parents who have put health and safety first. You’re a big reason for getting players back to what they love.
Stories of success
“The timing of when Health Check came out was perfect. It was ready right around the time when we were just going to head back to the ice.” -Eric Bernal
“Parents and players have been thrilled because they know that we have a plan in place.” – Mike Handell
Our CEO, Dave DuPont, addressed health and safety in youth sports during his recent session at Aspen Institute’s Project Play Summit.
Getting started with Health Check
If you’re already a TeamSnap customer, make sure you and your members have the latest version of the TeamSnap app on your phones, version 5.8.2 or later for iOS and version 6.9.3 or later for Android.
You will then see the new Health Check section on the Event Details Screen in the mobile app. Make sure to communicate any new processes you want your participants to follow prior to attending a practice and game.
If you’re not currently a TeamSnap customer and want to set up your sports organization, request a live demo of our platform. Or if you’re looking to create an individual team account, you can sign up here.
We know that many regions across North America are seeing ongoing changes, with local counties and cities updating their guidelines on a day to day basis. In addition to our Health Check feature, we invite you to explore our supporting resources for a safe return to play.
Anand Patel is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at TeamSnap. He gets to soak up the beautiful Southern California sun every day and make his coworkers very, very jealous.