Last week while we were busy putting together new fundraising options for non-profit organizations, our developers were steamrolling another update through development.
The biggest feature of this release is one you will notice. We’ve removed the AllPlayers.com logo on each group page and have layered the group logo into the top navigation. Now the customized group page is purely yours.
Other updates included code improvements and other background tweaks that you won’t notice but will still reap the benefits.
Notice anything different from the screen-captured logo to the left? It’s missing something. Something you saw every time you logged in and wondered, what is that for?
We had our “beta” removed. Don’t worry, nobody was hurt. We busted through our beta shell and are not looking back.
This past weekend AllPlayers.com excitedly moved into full production mode, formally leaving behind our official beta development stage!! We are all thrilled to have made this change and with the rollout came several updates, including the easiest, fastest, quickest, most expeditious, efficient, timesaving, easy-to-follow, simplest group registration ever. Needless to say, we’ve made it easy for users to register to be part of a group. Any group.
You need to check this out. Set up a demo with your favorite Member Services team representative and have at it.
If you felt a disturbance in the force last night, it might have been us:
Last night was the opening day of the adult C league Spring softball season. At 7:00pm Tuesday night, 11 of the finest men and women who were available and somewhat willing took the field against our first ever opponent.
Dressed in dark blue shirts, some fancy softball socks covering pasty-white legs and wreaking of nervousness, the AllPlayers.com team did what nobody thought we could. We won the game.
There was only one slight injury, but that was an overachieving 24 year old former baseball player stretching his solid triple into an inside-the-parker. No blood, he’s fine.
Nobody is hobbling around the office too terribly much this morning. Don’t be surprised if you see an up-tick in the sales of “We are the champions” on iTunes today.