SP Passport gives website users a single sign up for email game reminders and communication.
In case you’ve missed the myriad of communications; yesterday (Wednesday, September 12) was the launch day for SP Passport Phase 1.
SP Passport is designed to de-fragment the different usernames and passwords administrators use to login to various admin systems of SportingPulse. A simple concept; a complex job; now live for all to use.
SP Passport also gives website users a single sign up for email game reminders and communication from the chosen club or league.
What’s next for SP Passport?
Coming up we are going to give you the ability to track payments you’ve made in the SP system, any sport you’ve registered to play.
We will then build the ability to track every game you’ve played in the SportingPulse Network, including games across multiple sports, and the payments you have made for yourself or your kids’ sports.
You’ll also notice a few subtle changes across Network websites, as follows:
- We’ve moved the nav bar to a Global Nav.
Wherever you are in the Network, you’ll be able to get to your SP Passport in a single click. For administrators, it means that all your logins will be accessible from a single dashboard interface.
- mySport has disappeared
Well, not quite. However, the mechanism of activating your game reminders and the like has changed. If you have a current mySport page it is still accessible – and in fact, we’ve ported your same login credentials to help you easily activate your SP Passport.
- SP Membership looks different
If you login to your database via reg.sportingpulse.com, yes it's a little different. But there’s a very simple process to get you through, and you can read all the details HERE.