Posts In Using TeamPages

Getting Started: Adding Documents

February 2nd, 2011

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Tweet Our documents section is a great way to share information to the entire team and a great place to store documents and important information that the team may need to know. You can also upload documents here and share the documents within your page (adding it as a link in a widget, sharing it […]


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Share your Facebook Page on Teampages

January 19th, 2011

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Tweet Does your team/club/league have its own Facebook page? Why not share it with all your players, coaches and fans on Teampages! Here’s a little how-to on embedding your Facebook page onto your Teampage. 1. You must be the administrator for both your Teampage and your Facebook page to do this 2. Go into your […]


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Getting Started: News and Announcements

January 3rd, 2011

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Tweet We were getting tons of feedback on our News section so recently we launched some new features. You can now add photos, attach documents and choose the amount of previous news you’d like to see in the section. Adding News To add news to your News and Announcement section, simply click the “Add” link […]


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Getting Started on Teampages: Stats

December 15th, 2010

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Tweet The stats section is the one section where you cannot directly edit it from the section. This section is solely for viewing purposes and to edit a player’s stat, you will need to do so from the Scoreboard. Currently the stats section is only available for baseball, basketball, flag football, football, ice hockey, lacrosse, […]


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Getting Started on Teampages: The Scoreboard

December 15th, 2010

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Tweet Now that we’ve gone through each section of your Teampages profile (view that post here, we’ll go through each section of your team’s page so you have a better understanding of the navigation on our website. We’ve already gone through the Roster and the Calendar, next up is the scoreboard. The scoreboard allows you […]


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Getting Started on Teampages: Working through your profile

December 13th, 2010

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Tweet When you sign up on Teampages, it creates a profile for you before you create your own team or join a team. This profile acts like your own online player card that you can share with your teammates, friends, family and fans. You can manage your schedule here as well because all the events […]


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