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Player Check-In App: Sports Team Evaluations

Player Check-In App: Sports Team Evaluations

You can now easily manage your sports team evaluation event with ease, from in-app evaluations to player check-in using SkillShark.

Sports teams have a need for efficient tracking of their players’ attendance and status during evaluation events, specifically for camps and clinics where attendance is high. Player check-in apps have become an increasingly popular solution to help manage and track attendance at events, while having the benefit of managing this process in one central location.

The SkillShark app can be used for both player check-in and player evaluations, making it an excellent choice to seamlessly run evaluations, while easily managing a player check-in counter using your tablet or mobile device. The best part is you can run the app in both online and offline modes, making it stress-free if you don’t have access to wifi or data.

Easily manage player attendance, add walk-ons, update jerseys, including edit player details on the fly.

Checking in players electronically will allow you to know exactly who attended your event and who was absent. Anything should happen and you need to contact, parents, players or evaluators, you know exactly what players were accounted for.

It’s important for any team to have an organized evaluation, which is manual pen and paper is longer working for most sports organizations. Having an app like SkillShark allows you to run your entire evaluation event, tryout, clinic or team assessment with ease.

Using the SkillShark app you can easily check in players simply by tapping the Check-In button by each player. Using the tabs, you can quickly see who’s been checked in or absent.

Check In Players Using The App

Use the SkillShark app to easily check players using your mobile device or tablet. Using the tabs, you can quickly see who’s been checked in or absent. You will also notice your “check in progress” at the bottom of the screen.

Easily Add Walk Ons and Edit Player Details

The edit function will allow you update player details like personal information, jerseys, positions, including add players to lists or groups. It’s important to note: you can design your own custom fields like (height and weight for example). SkillShark allows you to easily add walk-ons using the blue + plus icon, (see image 1) and seamlessly check in those players on the fly.

Overall, sports team apps enable easy check-ins, improved communication, and increased accuracy. They’re a valuable tool for any team looking to optimize their operations and stay on top of their game.

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FAQ — Player Check-In App

Having a player check in app keeps your event organized, while centralizing all your player information in one place. You can easily add walk ons and update player details on the fly using a check in app. It’s easy to change or update jersey’s, positions, player details while assigning players to groups.

You also have the ability when using the app to check in players offline, which can be necessary in remote areas.

Using an app instead of forms to check in players will help greatly with organization and efficiency. It’s easy to access player details to make changes and updates, and with apps like SkillShark, you can have custom fields to add things like height and weight for example.

Using the SkillShark app you can easily check in players simply by tapping Check In by each player. Using the tabs, you can quickly see who’s been checked in or absent. You will also notice your “check-in progress” at the bottom of the screen.

Michelle Corry

Michelle is SkillShark’s dedicated marketing cognoscente. She is an avid athlete, dedicated professional, marketer and creative visionary. Michelle lived and breathed sports most of her life, being awarded athlete of the year back in early 2000, including a rugby scouting invitation from Team Canada. SkillShark has changed her perception entirely in terms of what she thought was possible in sports evaluation today.