Introducing our new and improved experience for Team Managers using Teammo.
It’s been a while since we’ve released a major product update. So it gives us great pleasure to introduce our new and improved interface for Team Managers (aka Teammo 3.0).
We have learned a lot from how you have been using the platform. Our latest release focuses on improving navigation, mobile experience and making payments simpler. This update is the first of many for 2020.
So what’s changed?
We’ve done a lot of work behind the scenes to clean up the existing code. In fact, we’ve probably rebuilt 75% of the product to make it more robust and scalable. Truth is, you probably won’t notice this work– but you will as we start to add features more quickly in the coming weeks. What you will notice is the improved interface and navigation.
🎨 We’ve improved the design of the Team Manager interface.
🗺 We’ve introduced a better menu to make it easier to navigate.
🤝 For Associations using Teammo, we’ve created a more robust way for teams to connect with their associations to make match payments and submit forfeits.
💰 Perhaps one of the most exciting updates is the reduction in fees charged when you collect money from team members (e.g. requesting $10 from each team member). We’ve reduced our fee from 5% to 3.9%.
This is the only fee we charge teams. Why do we charge a fee? To cover payment processing costs and ensure we are able to maintain an easy-to-use, quick and secure platform.
What’s coming up?
Match cards. This will give you the ability to pay for upcoming matches and submit forfeits with the click of a button. Your association needs to be partnered with Teammo for your team to take advantage of this.
Have a question? Or perhaps you have an idea for how we can make the product better? Send us a note via email@example.com. We’d love to chat.
Teammo acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We also acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuous relationship to the land and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.