Players vs Contacts

The difference between Players and Contacts

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Written by Jay Maharaj
Updated over a week ago

Adding your roster is one of the first things you’ll do when getting started. You’ll add players to your team and each player can have multiple contacts.

Everyone that has a specific role should be added as a player - such as coaches, managers & players. Parents and family members should be added as contacts for each player. For games & events - you’ll track the availability of each player, as opposed to each contact.

Contacts can manage a Player's availability and information and add other contacts.

On youth teams, each player needs at least one contact, (these contacts / parents should not enter their email for the player's email, they should only enter their info under the contact information for themselves).

On adult teams, each player requires an email for themselves and additional contacts are optional.

For How to Change the Contact Type, Click Here

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