TeamSnap allows you to add multiple email addresses and phone numbers for each roster entry. You can also add additional people that you want to grant access to the team on behalf of a player.
When adding a new player to the roster, you will want to list the primary contact with the player’s name. This primary contact can have multiple email addresses and phone numbers associated with them and each will show on the Roster page.
If more than one email address is associated with a member of the team, the email recipient that accepts the invitation first will assume the role of 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 “Family Members” for that player.
If you’d like to add additional family members or contacts (such as mom, dad, grandma, emergency contacts, Aunt Alice, etc.) to associate with the player, just edit the Player Profile page and click on the “New Family Member” button and follow the prompts to grant that family member “Shared Access” to the team and send them an invitation to join.
A player or family member 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”).
Take a look at our blog entry for even more details: “Wow! Totally Improved Contact Handling, For Youth Teams and Everyone” or check out this help article: “Can I have multiple logins for my player account?“