3 Reasons to Upgrade Your TeamSnap Plan

There’s no feeling quite like taking something great and making it even better. When you upgrade your TeamSnap plan, that’s exactly what you can expect.

If you’re on our Free or Basic plans, you could be missing out on some outstanding features. Here’s a look at the cool stuff you can expect to find on our Ultra and Premium plans:

Unlimited Storage

Have a bunch of shutterbugs on your team? You may have noticed that storage for photos and files isn’t quite limitless on your current plan. Good news! It can be with our Premium plan.

When you go Premium, the sky’s the limit with your storage. You can store as many photos, videos and files as you can find on TeamSnap. Everyone on your team will have access to those files, too, making the Premium plan perfect for sharing. Enjoy it!

Custom Logo and Colors

Are you a superfan of your team? A huge part of that is repping your colors and logo. If you want to do it with TeamSnap, try upgrading your team to an Ultra plan. We’ll wait.

Did you do it? OK, sweet. Notice how you can now customize your TeamSnap web app with your team colors. In addition, you can replace that sports icon in the upper left hand corner with a really sweet team logo. Here’s an example with our company TeamSnap team:

Pretty neat, huh?

Weather Forecasts

Weather: Seems like it’s always conspiring against us, doesn’t it? Just when we think we’ll have a game, it rains or snows or sometimes both. And then there are those tornados that take you to Oz. Anyway, the best way to plan against weather is to know when it’s coming.

On our Ultra plan, you get access to your very own weather report. It saves you time because you don’t need to visit a separate weather website (which may or may not be infested with clickbait). Here’s what it looks like in the web app:

Love these features? If you’d like to use them yourself, there’s only one way to do it. Upgrade your plan today!

Kyle Massa is the content manager at TeamSnap. Outside of work, you can find him writing, reading and playing guitar for his cats.

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