When asking for data on team applications, are the questions always self-explanatory? If not, take advantage of a new feature in Demosphere’s Tournament and Scheduling Systems to make it easier on applicants.
Each event application now includes four (4) sections of text that can be updated by an administrator:
Before your next event, make sure your application is easy to understand. If not, provide additional instructions via these new text areas!
Need more specific information about what registrants are registering for?
RosterPro™ can help! Demosphere’s youth sports registration system now offers the ability to specify additional season groupings to be more specific than ever before.
For example, registrants signing up for a training program can indicate whether they can attend one, two, or all three weeks of training. Costs can be assigned to each as well as discounts for registering for more than one!
The screenshot below shows the payment screen with options checked and discounts applied.
When scheduling games for a travel league, there may be many complexities regarding field permits, special requests for dates off, State Cup exceptions, varying start times for different age groups, length of game time slots, and league-wide date and time restrictions such as SAT test dates.
Demosphere’s best-in-class Travel League Scheduling System automatically includes a second pass for all unscheduled games to find another date that satisfies all the other restrictions of each team and available field space. This results in a maximum of games scheduled by the system, leaving only a minimal amount of manual effort by the scheduler to polish off any remaining games were unable to be scheduled automatically due to specific restrictions or lack of field space.
More leagues are now using a POD or club-team approach for younger age groups and/or adding extra second-round games for divisions with a smaller number of teams. This approach to scheduling often puts a premium on back-to-back games for the same opponent clubs in different age groups or otherwise requiring that the system place the game in an exact schedule.
Demosphere’s new “One Pass” feature allows the league scheduler to designate those divisions that should follow the most strict rules for determining the dates for each game. With “One Pass”, the system ensures that the necessary pattern of games is followed, without moving any games to an available field on a different date, so that back-to-back or later-round games are easily controlled.
In many locations around the country, extra paperwork is needed to get players on the field. With a new feature in Demosphere’s RosterPro™ Registration System, Administrators may use registration data to complete the forms faster!
Check out the most recent new features in RosterPro™:
Form Documents allows Site Administrators to upload prepared PDF forms and map existing Household and Registration data fields to the available inputs.
Unlimited Form Documents and Document Groupings can be created and maintained in order to keep everything manageable.
When composing or editing queued Email Broadcast Messages from the Communications Center, Site Administrators now have the option to CC or BCC unlimited recipients, in addition to the pre-existing recipient data parameter filters.