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How To: Share Events and Invite Players and Families

1 Jul 2013 | Under How To, Information, Tutorials | Posted by | 0 Comments

Sharing stats and video with players and families takes just two minutes.

1. Share the Event

From the StatEasy Dashboard, click on View Stats for Your Team. Under Actions on the right side, click Share for the event you would like to make available online.

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2.Open StatEasy Social Sports Network

Once the game is successfully shared, click Cloud Services (next to Dashboard and Configuration). That will open up the StatEasy Social Sports Network in a new tab. Log in using your email and password.

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3. Select Team

In the top right corner of the screen, click on your user and select your team.

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4. Invite Parents

Scroll down to your Current Roster and select Invite Parents to your Team.

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5. Enter Emails Addresses

Enter the email addresses of your parents, separated by spaces or commas to invite them to your team.

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6. Invite Players

Once you have invited the parents, select Invite Players to Your Team under Current Roster to open our Social Sports Network to the players.

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Im a huge fan of StatEasy and haven’t found any stat program that works as well when stating volleyball.

William Becque
William Becque
Director of Sports Information at Smith College

We utilized the stats on the bench to help us win a 5-set match against the 4th ranked team in the country! They were not using StatEasy by the way.

Tim Balice
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Kalamazoo Valley Community College

It’s a definite game changer!

Patrick Walton
Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Voyager Academy

Mind = Blown.

Lauren Torvi
Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach, Depauw University

One of our major [focal points] is professional development… That is part of our mission, and this product, hands down, does that.

Dave Archer
Executive Director, Basketball Coaches Association of New York

It gives that coach an option of showing their players instantly, not just their numbers, not just their stats, but film to back up what those numbers say, so that’s something that we think could be really special to the coach.

Tom Barrick
Executive Director, Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association

We believe it’s the model that is going to catch on once people realize the quality of the product.

Greg Grantham
Executive Director, North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association