No, organized sports parent is not an oxymoron. I believe there are things you can do to help make your job a little less chaotic. And since I’m always looking for ways to make life easier for sports parents and coaches, I want to tell you about the free app Ringya.
Ringya lets you instantly create mobile contact lists, organizes your contacts in groups, and allows sharing to keep your contacts current and easy to reach.
Most people have only a small portion of their contact lists in their phone address book. When you need to call people who are not in your phone address book – such as the new volunteer who signed up for the snack bar or the parent who can pick up your kid from practice when you’re running late – you usually don’t have their contact info handy.
Ringya makes all these contacts available to you by taking your class lists, work contacts, sports team rosters and club/association membership lists and bringing them all together.
So the next time you need to contact a team quickly, you can access them all with a touch of a button. Email the entire team or just a group, like the pitchers and catchers, offense, defense, etc.
This is a great way to get organized for the new year!
Yes, this is a paid review. But I stand by my promise to only review services and products that I feel will help make youth sports a better experience for you and your child.
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