An Organized Team is Something to Root For
Rah, rah, sis-boom-bah! From soccer to football and crew to cross country, fall sports are in full swing. Whether you are planning the snack schedule, organizing concession stand volunteers, coordinating carpools to away games or managing the team fundraiser, let SignUpGenius be your one-stop shop for getting organized this season!
Let us spell out why your T-E-A-M may need SignUpGenius:
T is for TIMELY. Often sports parents are juggling a million other responsibilities as well. Send timely email invites and reminders to help everyone stay organized.
E is for EASY. Creating an online sign up and sending it out is super-simple. Manage your sign ups at home or on the go easily with SignUpGenius Mobile.
A is for AFFORDABLE. You don’t have to spend big bucks to manage your team. Use our basic version for free, or check out our affordable PRO options to take advantage of advanced features.
As you can see, there is no “I” in team, but getting organized does start with YOU. We hope you have a WINNING season! Get started TODAY!
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Posted by Amy Tidwell on Mon Oct 13, 2014 10:40 AM EST
Thank you for you input regarding features that would be helpful in managing your sign ups. We value input from users like you as this helps us prioritize future development tasks. Our development team will appreciate your comments!
Posted by St Fabian PIP on Thu Oct 9, 2014 12:11 PM EST
I have requested this before and would love to know if you're still considering...
I really would like the option of deciding which signups show as ACTIVE or INACTIVE on my account. From year to year, we recreate signups for the same events. Rather than recreating them, I like to just make a copy of course! So right now for example I have a few events that are set for January, even June, and I don't really want them visible right now. I have them set up as "closed" for signup, which is a great option, but I don't really want them clogging up my main page, or people thinking that they are open just because they can see them. On the other hand, once a signup ends, like my recess sept/oct, it will disappear off my current signups and I don't like this! What if people need to edit their signup or add themselves in later because they forgot to sign up? Under each page, you have a nice little button that says View / Edit / Delete. What about adding an option Hide / Unhide or something like that? I feel like this is a simple change that would be really helpful. Thanks!!!!
Posted by Pam Douglass on Tue Sep 30, 2014 9:36 PM EST
I am thrilled that this program exists, and it provided a way to get a sign-up done quickly when we needed it. However, I had trouble getting into it from my mobile device, which was an impediment sometimes. I also can't get the print-out that I want, with the graphics I had chosen. The printout I am getting is just very simple looking and does not appear as I expected. ??????
Posted by Teresa Clark on Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:55 AM EST
Hi Jolinda! Any sign up creator can determine the level of privacy and level of data needed for their sign up.
Email addresses are requested, but you do not have to require the email address for your users to sign up for any event. You also do not need to send invites from our site or have the email addresses of those you want to invite to sign up. It is not necessary to send invites from our site. When you are ready to take the sign up live, click the option to "Take my sign up live but don't send emails." The next page will show you the URL link in green. Just copy it from here and you can compose an email with and include this link.
If you ever need to locate the link again, just log into your account and click on the sign up. The URL in your web address bar is the unique link to the sign up.
To create the Web Button, you will log into your account, go to the left side of your account page and scroll down the list of options until you see: 'Goodies'. Scroll past the logo options until you see the column heading for: 'Web Button Builder'. Follow the steps to build a button. You will see the code to use if you plan to embed the button into your website.
If you wish to post the index page link, and not embed a web button, please click the created button (above the code) and it will take you to the created index page. You can copy the URL in your browser, and this will be the unique link to the index page. You can post this link, or send it through an email, FB, etc.. If you add more sign ups to the account, they will be visible on the index page as well.
If you add more sign ups to the account, they will be visible on the index page as well.
If you have any other questions, please contact our support team for additional assistance with your specific sign ups. Thanks!
Posted by JOLINDA YAMAMOTO on Tue Sep 16, 2014 6:38 PM EST
Why can't the owner of the signup decide if they want it to be public or private? Like Eventbrite or other websites? Why do I have to have everyone that wants to sign up go through entering my email address?
I use this for a school sign up for high school and don't have everyone's email address to invite them. I want this sign up to be user friendly from the start. Let me send a link to on an email.
Also - what happened to the Recourses where there is widget code that I could copy for a button that links to my signup?
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