If you or your roster members have multiple phone numbers or emails, you can add them all! This is also helpful if multiple people need to be listed under the profile to receive team communications, but don't necessarily need to have access to TeamSnap.
When a team administrator adds a new member to the roster, the main profile information is under the member's name. This primary profile can have multiple email addresses and phone numbers that will be displayed under the Roster tab.
When more than one email address is entered in the main profile and invitations are sent out, all emails entered in the profile will receive an invitation. The email recipient that accepts the invitation first will assume the role of primary access as the player and create the username and password for that player’s account. Any subsequent email recipients to accept an invitation will automatically be assigned as Additional Family Members and create their own accounts, all with the same access to the profile and team. In this example, the email@example.com email accepted the invitation first and took over primary access of the profile. Then, the firstname.lastname@example.org email accepted the invitation and was automatically set up with family member access:
The email@example.com email has not accepted yet, but when they do they will be set up automatically with family member access and their information will be displayed in the family member section. All three accounts will have the same access and permissions to manage the profile.
All members under the profile can mark any of their email addresses and phone numbers as private, which means other members of the team will not be able to view them (however, note that the team owner and manager(s) will always have access to all information marked private).
To find out more about sharing access for family members and how to set that up, check out our help article Can I allow Additional Family Members to access my team account?!