Sports Management Meets Social Networking
Sports Management Meets Social Networking: TeamSnap Announces Facebook Integration
TeamSnap, a leading web service for managing sports teams and leagues, today announced that users on the TeamSnap service can automatically post team scores to Facebook. TeamSnap will provide users a variety of customization options to control how the scores are posted to Facebook: users can post to a personal wall or a team page, they can let TeamSnap describe the outcome or use their own language, and they can choose to post only wins or other specific outcomes.
“800 million people use Facebook to connect with their family and friends. Our users had expressed tremendous interest in being able to leverage the power of Facebook from within TeamSnap,” commented Dave DuPont, TeamSnap CEO. “If your team wins, you want to let your friends and family know! You can now use TeamSnap to automatically tell them.”
"Automatically posting results to our team's Facebook fan page is a super easy and fun way to communicate with the team and keep everyone engaged," said Jared Bronson, Team Commander of the Bad Karma Paintball Team. The Bad Karma team is a nationally competitive paintball team in the Salt Lake area.
TeamSnap is an award-winning web service for managing recreational and competitive sports teams and groups. With a simple but powerful online interface, TeamSnap makes it easy to keep track of Rosters, Schedules, Game and Practice Attendance and Availability, Team Payments, Statistics and much more. Comprehensive messaging functions keep everyone in touch, and with a strong focus on usability and simplicity, TeamSnap is software that people actually find fun to use.
With enthusiastic customers in 135 countries, and teams representing over 100 different sports and (non-sport groups), TeamSnap has quickly become one of the fastest-growing team and group management solutions on the planet.
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