Fill Out Your Roster(s)

Pro Tip

Fill out your Roster before you create any games. Games inherit the main roster. If you create a game before you input your players that game may end up with an empty roster.

Editing Rosters for the First Time

Select Roster from the menu options. 

You will notice 20 Tracer slots. You can assign players by tapping on any unclaimed Tracer to register the name, email, and parental information of each player.

After completion, your athlete and their family will get email notifications with their Player Moments every time a new game has been Traced.

Understanding how rosters work for games that have already been processed

So, your game has been processed, but you are assigned to the wrong Tracer. No problem, there is a solution for that.

Team Roster

The team roster is the main one you edited when you signed up. You access this roster at the bottom of your iOS app or in the left nav on the website.

Editing the team roster will only change future games.
Editing the team roster cannot affect games already created or played.

Game Roster

The game roster (or line-up) is copied from your Team Roster at the moment you created a game. Once a game has been created it has its own roster. Editing this roster will not affect future or past games. You can edit this roster to your heart’s content but it will only affect this specific game.

How to edit a roster for games that have not been uploaded yet

If your game is coming up tomorrow or has not been uploaded yet you can edit the roster or swap players by going into your game in the iOS app and tapping the roster tab.

Changes to Tracer assignments will only affect this game.
Changes to player name spelling, email, or parent propagate to all future and past games.

 

How to edit a roster for games that have already been processed

If your game results have already been sent out but you need to remove or swap a player’s Tracer assignment you can still do it for this game.

Changes to Tracer assignments will only affect this game.
Changes to player name spelling, email, or parent propagate to all future and past games.