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Sharing Your Schedule
Sharing Your Schedule

How to publish and share your schedule with your players // embedding on your site // export to CSV/Excel

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How to share your schedule

Publish your schedule

In order to publish your schedule, go to your SCHEDULE MAKER or PUBLIC SCHEDULE tab and click the PUBLISH SCHEDULE button at the bottom of your screen.

the publish schedule button is located at the bottom right

Pick your subscription plan (see pricing – there is a free tier) and enter your payment info. Your schedules will be published once your payment has been processed.

a dialog with pricing options is shown


Click the SHARE button at the top to see how to get your schedule in front of your players:

the share button is located in the top navigation bar

In most cases, you'll just want to share the link at the top via email or social media or on your website:

a dialog with sharing options is shown

Embedding or Exporting

The SHARE dialog has instructions on how to embed the schedule on your website (including WordPress) or export to Excel / CSV / SportsPress / etc.

You can still edit your schedule after publishing. You do not lose any functionality. 

Club Page / Website

We've set up a free mini homepage for you to post some info about your organization and display an automatically generated list of all your schedules. Click the SHARE button on any of your schedules to find your link.

You can fully customize your club page and even turn it into your main website – at your own domain – with a PRO or PRO BASIC subscription. More info here:

sports league website with map of venues

Event Landing Page

Unless you're on the free plan, you'll also see a link to your event landing page in the SHARE dialog – it's also accessible via the Event Info link on the Public Schedule page.

The landing page view gives you a place to post information about your event, display a map of your locations, and allow your participants to click through to their division schedule for a faster, less cluttered view.

sports tournament website

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