Blog Posts by Adam Palmblad

Improved Member Upload Support

March 25th, 2015

Tweet As part of a series of updates that we released on March 24, we’ve greatly improved our member management tools.  Now, leagues, clubs and organizations have access to our advanced members area by default, a tool that we’ve kept hidden for over year, and allows easy migration of players between teams, as well as […]


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Maintenance Window

March 4th, 2015

Tweet TeamPages will experience some brief down time on Wednesday, March 4th, between 8pm and 10pm PST due to some hosting provider required maintenance.  We expect the total amount of downtime to be limited to a few minutes.


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Sponsor Improvements

February 6th, 2015

Tweet We’ve just completed some minor upgrades to our sponsor system. Any new sponsors, or any sponsors that are edited after today, will be able to use textile markup in the description.  Remember, the description only appears on the sponsor listing page. The sponsor listing page gets its own settings link, which should save you […]


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New Feature Updates Include Attendance and More

November 3rd, 2009

Tweet With out latest update, we are proud to announce our new Attendance Features that have been eagerly requested by our members for quite some time. The new benefits include the ability to view your season’s attendance all at once, a default “not responded” attendance setting, and changes to the permisson settings for editing team […]


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Fan Contest Update

October 11th, 2009

Check out the latest numbers from the TeamPages fans contest – the DC Pink Sox may stil be leading, but other contestants are gaining.


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Latest Feature Updates Includes Fans and Much More

September 17th, 2009

We’ve done it again! Team fans, improved printable schedules, better privacy for clubs and teams, videos from more sources and more. Click through to learn about the new feature on TeamPages.com.


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Adam Palmblad

About This Author

Adam Palmblad is the cofounder and CTO of TeamPages.com. If he's not in front of a computer, you'll likely find him climbing up a mountain or skiing down the other side.