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Preparing for the Future (Release 4.0)



Ryan and I have been hard at work defining what Lacrosse Lab will become thanks to your feedback. This release features some major UX enhancements, with a focus on your mobile experience. Here's a quick look at what you will now see as a Team Coach:

Consolidated Team Playbook/My Playbook View

Consolidated Team/Personal Playbook
We've decided to simplify your experience with managing your playbook. Keep all of your work-in-progress plays in your personal playbook. When you're ready to share them with your team, you can share them to your Team Playbook.

Simpler Add/Share Play Experience



When you're ready to share your play with your team, you will now find that command under our new + action button. Expect a few new features to make their way into this slot. For now, we'll keep those as a secret!

As always, we greatly appreciate your feedback and support. We're very excited for some of these updates and some of the features that this will enable us to deploy to you in the very near future. For now, I encourage you to get in and check these out!

-Eric

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