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The Top 3 Ways Our Updated Reporting Feature Can Benefit Your Sports Organization

Product News, Release Notes, Tech Specs, Value of LeagueApps

CTO Steve Parker and Director of Product Gautam Chowdhry

One of the most efficient features offered by LeagueApps is our built-in registration reporting tool. With it, organizations are able to generate reports that are crucial to forecast sales, track revenue, and collect other data to help make better and more informed decisions.

With the help of and feedback from some of our partners, the LeagueApps development team pushed through an update of the reporting tool that went live on August 24th.

We came up with a list of three of the top ways your sports organization can benefit from the new and improved updated feature.

We Listen to Our Partners

One of the most important ways to benefit from this recent development upgrade isn’t even anything specifically technical at all. It’s about partnerships. We like to make it a point that we don’t have clients or customers, but partnerships. This is what it means to be a LeagueApps partner.

This improved feature would not have even been possible without the recommendation from several of our partners. As a result, our development team, led by Chief Technology Officer Steve Parker and Director of Product Management Gautam Chowdhry, was able to shift product plans to better suit our partners’ needs and push it live.

It’s easy to recommend a feature for our development team to build.

And, it’s important to remember that new features released by our development team are automatically given to our partners at no extra charge. Because that’s how partners operate.

Faster Access to Deeper Data

Rather than tweak the existing reporting tool, the LeagueApps development team created the technology from scratch to better serve our partners. According to Gautam, “it was rebuilt from the ground up, using new technology. We also drastically improved the performance of it.”

As a result of the new technology, administrators are now able to access even more data at a faster pace. Before the upgrade, some of our larger partners were able to only run reports for no more than a month’s worth of data. Now, all of our partners are able to instantly track data from years back, leading to more efficient and better informed decisions. Trend identifying has never been easier.

Software Engineer Ryan Bulaclac Coding Our Next Feature

Data on Coaches Now Available

The development team is excited to announce that as a part of this product build, reports can now be generated on coaches as well as players and members. This should add another aspect toward running a more efficient sports organization.

We’d like to thank several of our partners for their feedback on the updated registration feature, including:

T3 Lacrosse
NYC Social
Social Boston Sports
Aloha Tournaments
Atlanta Sports and Social
Philadelphia Sports Network

Without their help, this updated feature would not have been made possible so soon!

In order to control the roll-out of this enhancement, we have not made the updated registration report publicly available yet. Please contact support@leagueapps.com to get access now.

5 Ways To Help You Attract Better Coaches For Your Basketball Organization

Best Practices, Hoops, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps

Basketball organizers are finding that qualified coaches are hard to come by. A lot of our partners, however, are finding success.

We’ve compiled a list of five unique ways our partners are finding better coaches for their basketball programs with the help of our features.

Take Advantage of Coaching Clinics

Plenty of programs across the country take advantage of coaching clinics. Some of our partners regularly host coaching clinics to help other basketball programs.

Lee Miller of Elite Hoops hosts Nike-based coaching clinics for other youth basketball programs. With the help of LeagueApps features, Lee has grown Elite Hoops into a powerhouse program with over 16 head coaches and located in over 10 cities throughout the southeast. His program is always looking for ways to help other basketball organizers.

And now with our recent upgrades to our software, Lee will be able to do even more.

Create Instructional Digital Media

Instead of attracting already qualified coaches, why not lay the groundwork to develop and nurture coaches? That’s exactly what the Director and Founder of Mo’ Motion, Maureen “Mo” Holohan, is doing. The LeagueApps software is able to automatically handle Mo’s administrative duties, allowing her more time to provide value to her community.

Finding the need for better coaches, Mo set up an instructional video series to help youth coaches. Soon, parents of players were becoming qualified coaches. The success from these videos eventually led to a whole instructional digital media page. Coaches are able to access videos, blogs, books, photos, and even podcasts instantly.

Up Your Video Marketing Game

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a million. Especially when trying to expand your program’s reach. Team Esface, based out of the San Francisco area, has clearly grasped that concept.

With the payment collection and reporting features provided by LeagueApps, Team Esface saw over 25% growth from the first half of 2015 through the first half of 2016. This allowed for more and better marketing techniques to recruit better coaches to their organization, mainly through the use of improved video.

Their ReaLeague Basketball Introduction, which is also the main video on their homepage, starts with CEO and Founder Oladele Sobomehin explaining the value of their program. The video is then followed by some great shots of players practicing with pump-up music in the background. This is the type of video that will entice any qualified coach to join this quality program.

But Team Esface also has fun. And they want us to know they have fun. Just watch this video of the kids and coaches of their program having fun and showing off their dance moves to “Classic Man.” Who wouldn’t want to be a part of their program after seeing this video?

Get Referrals and Testimonials

Referrals are still one of the easiest ways to generate buzz around your program. Nothing beats word of mouth from respected peers in your industry. And with the entire world seemingly connected to social media, a referral on Twitter or Facebook can reach anyone across the country.

Testimonials are essentially referrals that everyone can see. Our partners use testimonial pages to market their programs and attract qualified coaches.

Elite Hoops has an entire page dedicated to their testimonials found from social media. Our social media features and plug-ins are easy to use and allow for instant communication across channels. Lee Miller has found a unique way to integrate these LeagueApps features within each other to customize the Elite Hoops website.

A referral or testimonial from a coach is the ultimate prize. Elite Hoops hosts several camps throughout the year, open to any coach or player. Drew Maddux, a respected coach from Tennessee, recently gave a great Twitter referral for Elite Hoops. That’s sure to attract other coaches.

Attend Events In Your Community To Create Relationships

One of the best features of working with LeagueApps isn’t even software or technology. It’s the benefit of creating new relationships. These new relationships can open the doors for any basketball program.

Two of our partners and neighbors, Basketball City and the Jr. NBA, coordinate several events throughout the year. The two were able to host constant clinics throughout the off-season that featured NBA players like Tony Allen, Jerian Grant, Langston Galloway, and Kemba Walker. Events like these attracted top player and coaching talent from the area. Our partners from Basketball City were quick to thank the partnership that LeagueApps helped create.

 

The Difference Maker of Ultimate Goal Women’s Lacrosse Club

Press, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps

August 2016 Partner SportsDog Award: Ultimate Lacrosse Club

SportsDog Value: Difference Maker

Award Winner: Michele “D.J.” DeJuliis

Previous Winner: Hesperia National Little League Board

The Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club is based out of Philadelphia and New Jersey and is dedicated to the development of individual and team skills in young female athletes who want to take their game to the next level. Specifically, Ultimate creates and supports teams and clinics ranging from fifth through eleventh grade.

Ultimate was founded in January of 2001 by Michele DeJuliis. “Lacrosse has been a part of my life for the past 25 years. I started in 9th grade and never looked back,” Michelle said.

‘Never looked back’ is an understatement for Michele, who goes by D.J. A short look at D.J.’s lacrosse resume shows that she is, without a doubt, a difference maker in the sport of lacrosse.

D.J. was a four-time All American at Penn State, captain of the USA National Team that won a gold medal, assistant coach at Princeton, a 2013 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee, and the first commissioner of the United Women’s Lacrosse League.

But if you ask D.J., it’s her work with Ultimate Lacrosse that is her passion. “I am so proud that we have provided a stage for all of these players to develop, learn, compete, create life long friendships and have fun.”

One of Ultimate’s goals is to help female athletes continue to develop their game after high school. D.J. has made it a point to make the recruiting process as easy as possible.

“A huge challenge is battling the recruiting process and the timelines that are placed on kids. We do our best to educate players and their families so they don’t get stressed about college selections and being recruited.”

Of the 85,000 high school female lacrosse players nationwide, only 14% continue to compete at the college level. Under D.J.’s leadership, Ultimate Goal Lacrosse was able to help nearly 50 female athletes from the class of 2016 commit to NCAA lacrosse. That’s over 60% of the Ultimate class and well over the national average.

Ultimate has been an official partner of LeagueApps for two years. Their class of 2015 saw 30 high school players commit to college. Already, Ultimate’s class of 2017 has 46 young women committed to NCAA schools. Since joining LeagueApps, Ultimate has been able to commit roughly 54% more high school female lacrosse players to college.

With the sports management platform provided by LeagueApps, D.J. has been able to spend more time helping young athletes develop their game on and off the field. Clearly, this has greatly helped in the recruiting process for her players. D.J. can focus on her passion teaching the importance of communication, leadership, determination, work ethic and sportsmanship.

“One specific example that we do on a consistent basis is provide feedback for every player that comes to our tryouts. I have physically shown, talked through, written and communicated by phone with any player that requests information.”

Regardless of the player’s status with or without the Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club, D.J. will always answer the phone and give some tips and pointers to young female lacrosse athletes.

“As the owner of Ultimate Lacrosse, Commissioner of the first women’s professional league (UWLX) and a former USA captain- I have committed my adult life to this great game and will continue to work hard to grow it, by growing it in the hands of our next generation. Providing an opportunity to help prepare these young athletes for the next level is just another part of our mission.”

D.J.’s hard work is making a huge difference in lacrosse and women’s athletics. Because of her and the Ultimate Lacrosse Club, more and more young female athletes are able to compete after high school, leading to an increase in participation in women’s sports.

Thank you to D.J. and all the hard-working organizers of Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club. LeagueApps is proud to be working with such a difference making organization.

Read more about how your club team can benefit from LeagueApps.

It ‘Takes The Village’ For McAllister Park Little League To Reach The Little League World Series

Company News, Dugout, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps

Today, the All Stars from McAllister Park Little League, official partners of LeagueApps, will take the field in Williamsport, Pennsylvania to pursue a Little League World Series championship. The game will be featured on ESPN at 8PM EST.

We’re excited at LeagueApps for the young kids and the opportunity they each have. We’re also pumped for all the hardworking volunteers that put in time and effort every day with McAllister Park.

Jon “J.P.” Guerra is an assistant coach, volunteer, and dad of McAllister Park. “It really takes the village of everyone here for the whole organization to function,” he said. “From recruiting to funding, even mowing the grass!”

Like most of the board members at McAllister Park, J.P. started as a dad that just wanted to help out the team. It turned into him volunteering his time to allow the whole program to flourish. We sense a lot of that going on at LeagueApps.

Their push to the Little League World Series has attracted a lot of interest from the San Antonio community. Even former players from their previous LLWS teams are helping every way they can.

“It’s been great to see. A bunch of kids from the ’09 and ’12 teams have come back to help out. Some are pitching to the hitters, others are giving fielding instructions,” J.P. said.

It’s not just former players helping the All Stars reach the World Series. Their advance is also in due part to the hard work of their coaches. Volunteers on the board are quick to “mow the grass” and turn off the lights at night. Parents and guardians are instrumental to the kids’ growth. And it takes the technology to streamline an entire league.

J.P. and McAllister Park have found tremendous aid in our schedule generating features as well as the website publishing tools. “I know it’s personally saved me a lot of time.”

Thank you to J.P and all the hard working volunteers from McAllister Park. A few of us from the LeagueApps team will be in attendance. We’ll be cheering hard for our partners this weekend!

You can also donate to their GoFundMe campaign directly here.

 

Learn How To Navigate Your New Dashboard

Best Practices, Feature Highlight, Product News, Value of LeagueApps

 

In early August 2016 we introduced our new look to admins. The key themes of the update focus around efficiency, condensing and mobile optimization. Below we’ll walk you through how to get the most out of the new features we released.

New Site Navigation:

We have a new main menu for site navigation that’s mobile optimized and it expands and collapses.

Site Search:

Our updated site search uses auto-complete functionality with quick results and a search results page.

What’s Happening:

See key data of what’s happening in your organization today, what’s upcoming and what’s happened in the recent past.

Top Programs and Full Program Summary:

View a condensed listing of your programs with quick links. Also easily customize and sort your data.

Master Schedule:

Show all of your program’s games and events in one page with the ability to filter, print or export.

 

Please share with us how you’re liking the new look! Send any questions or feedback to support@leagueapps.com

 

Also if you missed our live webinar last week walking through the update check out the full recording here:

 

MLL Star and LeagueApps Partner Drew Snider Takes Over Harlem Lacrosse Practice

Lax, Press, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps

The Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership program is a non-profit organization that builds leadership skills and social responsibility. It was formed in 2011 to create a “holistic youth services organization around lacrosse.”

The young lacrosse athletes got a big surprise during practice on Tuesday, and it wasn’t just some of the LeagueApps team hanging out. Denver Outlaw midfielder and LeagueApps partner Drew Snider showed up to surprise the young lacrosse players from New York.

 

 

Drew is the owner of CitySide Lax, a lacrosse teaching and development organization based in the Pacific Northwest. CitySide has been a LeagueApps partner for over two years.

Drew will have his hands full this weekend as his Denver Outlaws play in Atlanta for the Major League Lacrosse championship.

Even with his busy schedule, he was able to fit in some quality time with the LeagueApps Lax team and help teach some techniques.

“It’s really great to see what they’re doing here. Everything they’ve been creating and what they’re implementing, it’s truly inspiring,” Drew said.

The arrival of an MLL star didn’t faze any of the kids’ focus and determination. All eyes and ears were on Drew when he spoke.

 

 

Drew is enthusiastic about the opportunity to help non-profit organizations like Harlem Lacrosse expand the sport’s reach. “It was really exciting to be a part of this. I’m really a big fan of what Harlem Lacrosse is doing and want to help in any way I can.”

Connecting partners is just one of the many things we do everyday at LeagueApps.

Sign up today to be a part of the LeagueApps family and find out how you can connect with amazing partners like Drew Snider.

 

 

LeagueApps Has a New Look!

Feature Highlight, Product News, Release Notes, Value of LeagueApps

 

Notice something different about us? LeagueApps’ admin console has gone through a total redesign, with efficiency and mobile optimization as major themes.

Why the change? The short answer is that it was time. Now more than ever people look at content on phones and tablets in addition to the traditional desktop or laptop computer. With this redesign we’re laying the foundation to make the admin console responsive and work seamlessly across all devices and screen sizes. Today’s update is the first of many future improvements, and below we’ll walk you through the top improvements and additions.

We’ll be hosting two free live webinars on Thursday August 11th @ 3pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/11] and Tuesday August 16th @ 6pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/16] to walk through the new functionality live.

 

New Admin Dashboard

On the dashboard there are a couple of new sections, including What’s Happening, Quick Links and Top Programs. These sections are designed to instantly display important information and get you where you need to go in the console in just a click.

 

 

New Navigation

The main navigation has been moved to the right side of the page to improve page visibility and lay the foundation for mobile optimized admin functionality (coming soon!).

 

 

Improved Site Search

The site search now uses auto-complete functionality with quick results, so you can select something from the drop down or view a search results page to find what you’re looking for.

 

 

Program Summary Report

Now you can instantly view a condensed, customizable, sortable and exportable program report with information like amount paid, amount outstanding, registration deadline date and remaining capacity.

 

 

Master Schedule

The master schedule is an admin report that condenses all games and events into one page, with filters for programs, locations and sub-locations.

 

 

What’s Next? Mobile Optimized Admin Pages

Soon we’ll be releasing our first set of mobile optimized pages! This means that you can access LeagueApps on a phone or tablet and view key pages from a mobile optimized view – no pinching, zooming or tilting! The first set of pages will be some of the most commonly used on-the-go tasks.

  • Search
  • View Player
  • View Team
  • View Invoice
  • Pay Invoice
  • View Program
  • View Schedule
  • Enter Scores
  • Broadcast Messaging

 

Again, we’ll be hosting two free live webinars on Thursday August 11th @ 3pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/11] and Tuesday August 16th @ 6pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/16] to walk through the new functionality live. Please contact support@leagueapps.com if you have any feedback or questions.

 

Passion Is On Full Display With the Sports Organizers At Hesperia National Little League

Company News, Dugout, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps

August 2016 Partner SportsDog Award: Hesperia National Little League

SportsDog Value: Passion

Awards Winners: Hesperia National Little League Board Members

Recently, LeagueApps announced our new initiative focused on highlighting partners that represent our SportsDog values. This week, we’re happy to announce our first highlighted partner.

Hesperia National Little League, based out of Hesperia, California, about 80 miles outside of Los Angeles, is a youth baseball organization consisting of 30 teams and nearly 500 players. Two of their all star teams, the 10-and-under and the 12-and-under teams, won their divisions in the California District 49 Little League tournament.

Hesperia National Little League was founded in the mid 1960s. By 1969, a Hesperia Little League team rose through the ranks and won the Big League Baseball World Series. Chris Sevy, Public Relations Officer for the Hesperia National Little League board, was eager to share that stat. He set aside some time to speak with us about Hesperia National Little League, including some of the dedicated volunteer organizers he works with.

“These are some of the most amazing people I’ve had the pleasure of working with,” he said. “Our President [Bill Bitonti] and VP [Fernando Rodriguez] go above and beyond as volunteers.”

It was clear after a few minutes speaking with Chris that Hesperia National Little League truly represents our Passion value.

Hesperia National Little League joined LeagueApps in October of 2015. The partnership has had a successful first year as Hesperia National Little League has been able to simplify the registration process utilizing LeagueApps technology. They have also enjoyed working with the LeagueApps team, and specifically, Launch Team Manager Stephanie Vera.

“Stephanie has been terrific!” Chris and the board are excited for the future of their sports organization with LeagueApps. Especially with such dedicated members on the board.

The Hesperia National Little League board consists of volunteers from the community. Aside from Bill and Fernando, Chris was quick to point out four other volunteers that pledge countless hours to make sure the youth baseball and softball players of Hesperia have the chance to play in a functioning league.

Major Baseball Director Kevin Chaffin, Equipment Director Bill Sandaval, and Uniform Director Cheryl Bolster are just three of the dedicated volunteers on the board. It’s through their countless hours of volunteer work that the young athletes of Hesperia have a little league in which to play.

Kevin even showed up at a game earlier this year with a 2006 All Star shirt. “That just shows you how long he’s been around to volunteer his time. Bill [Sandaval] has been around for 18 years. Cheryl has been around the same time as Bill. The amount of time they donate to the league is just unsurpassed. Hundreds of hours a year they donate.”

“Amber Melendez, who is our Player Agent, is ultimately our unsung hero.” Amber has had the duty of maintaining information and paperwork on each player participating in Hesperia National Little League. “The more we’ve had LeagueApps,” Chris said, “the less time she is spending on paperwork.”

“Kevin, Cheryl, Bill, and Amber each have over a decade of experience. They all came in similar situation as me and stayed in the program as a volunteer.”

Chris joined the organization four years ago. At the time, his oldest child was turning four years old and was looking for an activity. Baseball was the “thought provoking and safe” choice for Chris. His fellow baseball organizers Kevin, Cheryl, Bill, and Amber started in much the same fashion. Even though their kids have had kids, they continue to volunteer in the league. That’s passion.

Despite all his volunteer work in the community, Chris admitted that he did have self-centered reasons to be proud of Hesperia National. As a baseball coach and organizer, he gets to spend more time with his family, “as selfish as that is.”

Sports organizers like Chris are using the LeagueApps technology to spend more time promoting youth athletics. People like Chris, Bill, Fernando, Kevin, Cheryl, Bill, and Amber are the unsung heroes that are shaping the lives of young baseball players every day. We’re excited to hear more from our Passionate partner Hesperia National Little League in the future.

Make a donation to Hesperia National Little League by contacting Bill Bitonti or email him at wbitonti@msn.com.

5 Ways to Help You Drive Registration and Increase Tryout Numbers

Best Practices, Dugout, Sports Community, Value of LeagueApps


LeagueApps Powers The Long Island Junior Ducks

More and more baseball organizations are finding unique ways to drive registration during tryout time.

We’ve compiled a list of six of the best tactics our partners are using to drive more registration numbers, including some of our features.

1. Use Facebook To Get The Word Out

Featuring a player or event on Facebook with photos is perhaps the easiest and most cost effective way to generate interest in your baseball organization. People, especially youth baseball players and their parents, love seeing themselves being featured in Facebook posts. Baseball Heaven, our partners from Long Island, love featuring their players along with their sponsors.

Partners from Baseball Heaven Showcasing Sponsors

Meanwhile, our partners on the other side of the country, the Cali Gamers, promote all their fun activities and events on social media. They recently got a chance to meet Swinging Friar at a Padres game. What youth baseball player wouldn’t enjoy a free Major League Baseball game with a mascot?

Partners Cali Gamers Enjoying an MLB Game in Southern Cali

Getting the word out through Facebook with our LeagueApps plug-in is easy and immediate. Read more about how your baseball organization can grow and how our partners are using our Facebook plug-in.

2. Offer More During Registration

Businesses around the country are becoming more consumer oriented every day. Take a page out of their books and offer parents more than just registering for a tryout.

The Michigan Red Sox hold a golf outing every year to coincide with registration. The Sandcrabs Baseball team, our partners based out of South Texas, held a raffle contest during registration earlier this year. Over 200 winners were announced.

The Florida Stealth, our partners based out of Delray Beach in Florida, make the tryout process even easier for parents and players. They offer free tryouts to anyone that is interested. This tactic has seen an incredible amount of growth for the Stealth. Since 2010, the Stealth has grown from one team to more than 20 teams, ranging from 10Under to 18Under, who compete at the national and local level. That’s 2000% growth during a time in which youth baseball is in decline!

Our Partners From Florida Stealth Have Grown Over 2000%

Aside from simplifying the registration process for the Stealth, our bulk invite feature makes the process of creating your team roster from the tryout registration as simple as swinging a bat.

3. Partner Up

At LeagueApps, we don’t have customers or clients. We have partners. Leveraging us make sense to forge partnerships in an effort to drive registration. It’s smart for our partners to seek out and work together.

Our partners from Baseball Heaven and the Long Island Junior Ducks use each other frequently to drive registration. They recently worked together on a project that attracted former MLB Players, Frank Catalanatto and Keith Osik.

This is a fantastic promotion. Baseball Heaven has great facilities and the LI Junior Ducks offer great baseball. Why not use each other’s strengths to create an alliance?

Speaking of partnerships, The Cali Gamers and our partners from USA Baseball conducted a similar promotion. They teamed up and recruited former MLB player Gerald Laird to increase their registration numbers.

We love helping form new relationships!

4. Be A Part of Something Bigger Than Youth Baseball

The Long Island Junior Ducks are a sponsor of the charity Strength Heals, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness to child abuse. Every member of the LI Junior Ducks is also a contributor to an organization that is truly changing the community.

It’s easy for people to want to be a part of a baseball organization that is doing great things for the community.

Community outreach doesn’t have to be just working with charity. Recently, the Cali Gamers have adopted an Instagram campaign. Members of the baseball program are making it a point to take pictures with police officers in the jurisdictions they visit.

It’s pretty awesome to see our partner baseball programs make it a point to be a part of something bigger than baseball. Prospective members of your organization will feel the same.

5. Earn Trust With The Community

Even in this age of information and day of cutting technology, sometimes people have to be flat out told why registration is so important and the perks your program brings to the table. The Indiana Twins, based out of Indianapolis Indiana, recently wrote a heartfelt note to the world about what the Indiana Twins are doing, why it’s important, and why parents should choose the Twins.

A lot of parents loved this letter. They loved it so much, that the letter generated buzz throughout the community. The Twins did a great job of earning trust.

Quite simply, the Twins laid out their entire payment process so registrants know what they are paying for. There’s really no better way to earn trust. With the LeagueApps payment plan feature, the Twins are able to easily set up payment plans for members, further earning trust from the community.

Do you have any ideas that have worked in the past to increase tryout membership? We would love to hear them! Tell us about your solution below so we can share your story!

Five Reasons to Get Excited for LeagueApps’ Admin Console Redesign

Feature Highlight, Product News, Value of LeagueApps

Earlier this summer LeagueApps announced an admin console redesign project, and we’re excited that it will soon be released. Our goal with the project is to improve the admin’s experience with LeagueApps, keeping efficiency and mobile usage top of mind.

Here’s the first look:

new leagueapps admin console

Let’s take a closer look at the top five highlights of the redesign and why we’re excited about them:

1. New Dashboard

We created a new dashboard, which is the first page that you see once you log in. On the dashboard there are a couple of new sections, including What’s Happening, Quick Links and Top Programs. These sections are designed to instantly display important information and get you where you need to go in the console in just a click.

new dashboard leagueapps

 

2. What’s Happening

Do you want to see how many registrations and payments you’ve taken today without running a report? How about instantly knowing how many games or registration deadlines you have in the next 7 or 30 days? Our new What’s Happening section shows you just that. This module automatically displays instant insights and summaries of key data in your organization, allowing you to make better informed decisions quicker.

 

whats happening leagueapps

 

3. Master Schedule

Wouldn’t it be nice to see all games and events across all programs from one page? Introducing our Master Schedule! Included are filters for programs, locations and sub-locations so that you’re able to customize the view.

Master Schedule

 

4. Quick Search

Our improved search now uses the same auto-complete functionality that you see in your favorite search engines. This search will let you find your Members, Teams, Invoices, Programs, Locations and Products faster than ever!

 

 

5. Program Summary

Display all of the program data that you want to see on one page with our new Program Summary report. You can choose the data that you want to show – pick from fields like registration deadline, amount invoiced, unpaid invoices and remaining team capacity. Once your fields are picked you can even sort the data ascending/descending and export. It’s like having a built in sales report to help you make decisions for your organization.

 

Program Summary

 

We’ll be hosting two free live webinars on Thursday August 11th @ 3pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/11] and Tuesday August 16th @ 6pm EDT [click here to sign up for 8/16] to walk through the new functionality live.

What’s Next? Mobile Optimized Admin Pages

Soon we’ll be releasing our first set of mobile optimized pages! This means that you can access LeagueApps on a phone or tablet and view key pages from a mobile optimized view – no pinching, zooming or tilting! The first set of pages will be some of the most commonly used on-the-go tasks.

  • Search
  • View Player
  • View Team
  • View Invoice
  • Pay Invoice
  • View Program
  • View Schedule
  • Enter Scores
  • Broadcast Messaging

Please contact support@leagueapps.com if you have any feedback or questions.

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