When it comes to your communications, start by choosing between your feed and chat. The feed is great for the traditional, bigger ticket items like events, meetings, attachments, and volunteer signups. And chat is great for the lighter, back-and-forth banter. Navigate easily between the two depending on the nature of the communication.
GroupSpot gives teams the ability to turn a standard photo post into a shared photo album so that all members can contribute to and download from a centrally located album. This is an especially engaging feature around competitions, team trips, or any other shared experience.
If your team has games, matches, or competitions, GroupSpot provides a quick snapshot of your team results, schedule, and upcoming matchups. And your program has multiple teams, you can easily sort by subgroup so you can quickly find the information you’re looking for.
Whether you’re trying to get to know a teammate better or you’re looking for their contact information, Rosters are a great resource for any team. You can also choose what you want displayed on your roster cards, including custom roster fields.
Easy-to-use and easy-to-manage dynamic group feed. Your most important and timely content is always refreshed at the top of the feed for your members.
Calendars can be easily synced to your device or external calendar. View your calendar in month or upcoming view and never miss a beat with event reminders.
If you’re running a large team program, GroupSpot lets you create subgroups and subteams within the larger group. Great for rosters, schedules, and results by team.
Having an accurate headcount is important for any family or friend get-together. GroupSpot lets you easily RSVP and check availability on your upcoming events.
While your feed is perfect for the more formal posts, chat is great for the banter amongst members. Chat 1:1, multi-person, or with the entire group.
GroupSpot makes privacy a priority by not selling advertising or your data. Members are comfortable posting, commenting, chatting, and sharing in a high trust, closed group.