Member Types and Roles

This article covers the various member types and the different roles they can granted within a TeamSnap team or organization.

Club/League Owners

  • control Club & League accounts
  • typically responsible for billing for the club/league subscription
  • commissioner by default, with all commissioner permissions
  • the only roster member able to grant or revoke commissioner status to other members
  • there can be only one owner per club or league account

Commissioners

  • can be either organization-level with organization-wide administrative access or division-level with administrative access limited to a specific division
  • Organization-level Commissioner
    • assign players to teams
    • create, view and edit registration forms
    • manage general settings for the entire club or league
    • manage organization-wide Locations
    • able to send emails to everyone in the organization
  • Division-level Commissioner
    • assign players to teams within their division
    • send emails to teams within their division
    • manage division locations that teams within their division can use when scheduling games and events
    • there can be as many commissioners as needed or desired within an organization account

Team Owners 

  • assigned as the owner of a team/group
  • For independent teams
    • the owner is responsible for team plan billing
    • the only member able to grant or revoke manager status to other members
  • For independent and Club & League accounts
    • able to grant or revoke manager status to other members on their team
    • a manager by default with all the permissions that a manager has
    • there can be only one owner assigned per team

Managers

  • create/edit games in the schedule
  • invite new players to join
  • update payments
  • can update any editable areas of the team account
  • there can be as many managers as needed or wanted on a team (e.g. a coach, assistant coach, etc)

Players

  •  most of the roster members are players by default
  • modify their own information like contact info, availability, etc, but not others' information
  • cannot do things that a manager can

Non-Players

  • roster members that don’t play in games
    • For example, someone who coaches but doesn’t play, an assistant coach, team mom, or even a team mascot. Functionally, there is no difference between a player and a non-player.
  • listed separately from players on the roster
  • are not included in the player count on the Availability screen
  • typically someone like a coach or team mom is designated as both a non-player and a manager
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