Better with TeamSnap
The latest version of Soccer Dad improves upon its integration with TeamSnap!
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The new version of Soccer Dad integrates seamlessly with TeamSnap! You can see a video of this in action here.
- To get started you first enter your TeamSnap account credentials on the Settings page. Once you have done this you are able to do other things in the app.
Teams & Schedule
Once you have entered your TeamSnap account information you can now import your TeamSnap information using the '+' button on the Teams tab. You now get a choice of manually creating a team or importing one from TeamSnap.
If you choose to import from TeamSnap it will contact their web service and get your list of teams and you can choose one to import. The import process will get the following information from TeamSnap:
- The team information including the season and the team logo.
- The team roster and use that to create your players. It will pull in players names, player images, shirt numbers and contact information.
- The team schedule and use that to create practices and games in your Soccer Dad schedule including the opposing teams.
There is an additional button on the Team Details page that allows you to update the Team from TeamSnap. This will pull in any changes and apply them to the existing items, but also get any new players, new events for the schedule, etc.
Head Count / Availability
For events that you have imported from TeamSnap, once a game is finished, under the action menu at the bottom right, there is an option to publish the result to TeamSnap.
Stats / Reports
For all of the reports, under the menu that allows you to email, print, etc there is now an option to publish the report to TeamSnap. The HTML report is pushed up to TeamSnap into the Files area. A folder is created for each type of report (e.g. “Team & Player Stats”) and the file is placed inside with a title based on the chosen data (e.g. the Game name) plus a date/time stamp.