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New Release: Roster Management Overhaul



We're starting 2020 off with a bang and pushing a pretty big release! We hope to simplify your communication with your team and have enhanced our roster capabilities. In our new release, you can now:

1. Assign multiple contacts to a single player. Now, when parents login on behalf of their children, multiple accounts can be associated with a single roster slot. This will keep your roster and depth chart cleaner!

2. Send Invitation Reminders. In addition to tracking which players or parents have registered for Lacrosse Lab, you can now simply send reminder emails to any contacts stored in your roster. Just select INVITE PLAYERS on the roster screen to start the invitation process.



3. Use Roster as a contact list. With all of your player and parents' contacts stored in the Roster list, you can trigger emails directly from Lacrosse Lab. When you want to send an email to your whole roster, select EMAIL TEAM. If you only want to email the contacts associated with a single player, select the email button associated with the intended player. Lacrosse Lab will open your device's native email application and prefill the distribution list.

We hope this release makes life much easier for all of our coaches when managing your roster. We believe that this release will be foundational to a few other features that we hope to roll out in the near future.

Have a Happy New Year!
-Eric


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