Manually Add People to Your Roster

Team owners and managers can add new roster members, and edit member information directly from the roster tab. This article covers how team admins can manually add members to their roster. Don't like to do things manually? You can also import team rosters from a CSV or copy members from another team you own.

Note: Teams have roster limits, which will vary depending upon the team's selected plan.

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Manually Create Roster Members (Web)

  1. Click the Roster tab
  2. Click the New Player button
  3. Enter the member's first and last name (first name and email address required to send team invite)
  4. Optional: Adding a team Manager? Select the Manager Access checkbox
    1. This can only be done by the team owner. Don't see this option? Ask the team owner to add manager access to the member in question.
  5. Optional: Members can be designated as non-player roster members by selecting the Non-Player checkbox    
    1. Non-players are roster members such as a coach, manager, treasurer, etc
  6. Enter the member's email (first name and email required to send team invite)
  7. Optional: Add the member's phone number and address 
    1. Phone numbers can be entered with or without spaces or dashes (e.g. 000-000-0000 or 1234567890)
  8. Optional: Click Show to display additional player fields that can be completed including gender, birthday, jersey number, and position(s)
  9. Optional: Deselect the Invite to Join check box if you don't want the system to send out team invitations once you click save (this is checked by default)
  10. Click Save


Manually Create Roster Members (iOS)

  1. Open the TeamSnap app
  2. Tap your team name if not already open
  3. Tap the Roster tab at the bottom of the screen
  4. Tap the plus sign icon at the top of the screen
  5. Tap Add Player Manually 
  6. Enter the member's information
  7. Optional: Grant manager access to the member by tapping to toggle Manager Access ON at the bottom of the screen
  8. Optional: Mark the member as a non-player by tapping to toggle Non-Player ON at the bottom of the screen
  9. Make sure the invitation setting is what you want:
    1. Tap to toggle the Invite to Join switch at the top of the screen ON to send an email invitation for the new member to join the team (this is on by default)
    2. Tap to toggle the Invite to Join switch OFF to refrain from sending an email invitation (invites can be sent to members who have not accepted any time from the roster screen)
  10. Tap Save

Manually Create Roster Members (Android)

  1. Open the TeamSnap app
  2. Tap your team name if not already open
  3. Tap the person icon
  4. Tap the orange plus sign floating button in the bottom right
  5. Tap New Player
  6. Enter the member's information
  7. Optional: Grant manager access to the member by tapping to toggle Manager Access ON at the bottom of the screen
  8. Optional: Mark the member as a non-player by tapping to toggle Non-Player ON at the bottom of the screen
  9. Make sure the invitation setting is what you want:
    1. Select the Invite to Join checkbox at the top of the screen to send an email invitation for the new member to join the team (this is selected by default)
    2. Deselect the Invite to Join checkbox to refrain from sending an email invitation (invites can be sent to members who have not accepted any time from the roster screen)
  10. Tap the checkmark icon in the top right to save

What's Next

When invites are sent the system will check whether a TeamSnap account exists for that email address. If so, the recipient is automatically added to the team and will receive a confirmation email welcoming them to the team. If the email entered does not have an existing account, the recipient will be sent an email invitation to join the team. The invitation will walk them through creating an account for that address and joining the team. Once the primary invitation has been accepted, you can add family members and roster contacts

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