Coaches can now invite parents to the MOJO app
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As a coach, you’re the center of the team. But you’re also nowhere without your team. That’s why MOJO made it easy to invite everyone to participate.
MOJO has added a feature that allows you to invite fellow coaches, parents and anyone else on the team to be part of the magic. Here’s what you need to know about this exciting new update.
Inviting your team — from parents and their kids to fellow coaches — allows you to share and unlock the features that make your season stress-free and more fun.
When you invite parents, they can:
When you invite coaches, they can:
There are two ways to add your entire team to MOJO — you can invite them directly, or add everyone to the roster yourself.
MOJO will give you a unique team invite link, or code, that’s easy to share wherever and however you communicate with your parents and coaches. You can share the link or code via text message, email and WhatsApp, as well as team management apps like TeamSnap or GameChanger Team Manager.
To access your invite link and team code, tap ROSTER on the top right of the HOME, SCHEDULE or LEARN tabs. From this screen, you can send invites and also see which parents and coaches have already joined.
When parents click your unique link, they will go through the sign-up flow and automatically be added to your roster. They don’t need to have the MOJO app beforehand.
In some cases, due to a user’s settings, the link may not work. If that happens, parents can type in your team code from the registration screen when they tap “Join a Team.”
You can also add the entire team to the roster when you set up your team. It’s easy to import them from the contacts that are already on your phone. Everyone you add to your roster will receive a SMS message or email to join the team.
At the end of the day, it’s all about sharing the magic of MOJO — and making one season of youth sports more fun for everyone. More than 80% of coaches who use MOJO report that they had easier, less stressful and ultimately more successful seasons. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?