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TeamSnap is your Swiss Army knife for team communication. Just when you think you’ve used every possible feature to its fullest extent, you’ll discover yet another way to save yourself some time (and headaches).
We’ve already shown you a few of the best TeamSnap hacks, but guess what? We have even more in store. Without further ado, let’s check them out:
Carpooling with Assignments
To do it, head over to the Assignments tab and find your next game. Simply click “New Assignment” and enter the name of someone’s car (“Doc Brown’s DeLorean,” for example). You can either assign players to specific cars or let them choose their own. Once you’re set, just click the “Send Email” button in the upper right corner to notify your team about who’s riding with whom (and who gets to go back in time).
Emergency Contact Info
We sincerely hope you don’t have any emergencies this season, but it’s wise to prepare. With our additional contacts feature, you can make sure parents, family members and emergency contacts are always in the loop. Anyone listed as an additional contact receives all team notifications through email, text or in-app alerts. That means if there’s ever an emergency, parents and guardians are only a click away. How’s that for preparedness?
The Full Schedule
That’s why we created the full schedule option. When you first log into TeamSnap on the web, scroll all the way down. You’ll find a blue button labeled “Go to My Full Schedule.” Just click that button to view a calendar of upcoming games and events for every team you’re part of.
Interested in getting your full schedule on your mobile device? TeamSnap Plus is for you! With it, you can view your full schedule right on your phone with no ads. TeamSnap Plus is free for team owners on paid plans and just $2.99 per month if you’re on our Free plan, after a 30-day trial. (Currently this option is only available to iOS users. We hope to have an Android version soon!)
Kyle Massa is the content manager at TeamSnap. Outside of work, you can find him writing, reading and playing guitar for his cats.