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How to Identify Your Scheduler, Assignor, Administrator, or Officiating Organization
How to Identify Your Scheduler, Assignor, Administrator, or Officiating Organization

How to identify these key figures within the platform

Updated over a week ago

In the world of sports officiating, knowing who your scheduler, assignor, administrator, or officiating organization is crucial for effective communication and game assignments. This support article will guide you in identifying these key figures within the platform.

Locating Your Scheduler and Administrator

  1. Log In to Your Officiating Organization: To identify your scheduler, assignor, or administrator, you must be an active and approved member of the platform. Log in to your officiating organization's account.

  2. Access the Members Directory: Once logged in, navigate to the "Members Directory" page using the main navigation menu. This directory is a comprehensive list of all members within your officiating organization.

  3. Select Schedulers, Assignors, or Administrators: Within the Members Directory, look for an option to filter or change the directory view. The directory provides the ability to filter by specific roles or categories. Select the "Schedulers," "Assignors," or "System Administrators" category.

  4. View User Profiles: You will now see a list of users designated as schedulers, assignors, or administrators by your officiating organization. You can click on each person's name to view their contact information.

  5. Contacting Your Scheduler, Assignor, or Administrator: If you have multiple schedulers in your organization and are unsure which one is responsible for your games or region, reach out to one of your local officiating organization's administrators. They can provide guidance on who to contact.

Identifying Your Officiating Organization

If you are not a current active member of an officiating organization and are unsure about your local officiating organization, you can explore external avenues to find this information:

  • National, State, or Regional Sports Organizations: Many sports have national or regional governing bodies. You can start by contacting these organizations to inquire about local officiating groups.

  • Local Sports Clubs: Local sports clubs or associations often work closely with officials. They may have information about officiating opportunities and how to get in touch with the local officiating organization.

  • Online Searches: Use search engines and social media platforms to search for local officiating opportunities or groups associated with your sport. Online communities or forums can be valuable resources.

Important Note: The technical support staff cannot provide contact information for schedulers or officiating organizations due to privacy and security reasons. Active users can obtain contact information directly within the software while logged in. Individuals who are not users of the software and members of an officiating organization must obtain contact information through other means, as described above.


Identifying your scheduler, assignor, administrator, or officiating organization is vital for a smooth officiating experience. By following these steps and contacting the appropriate individuals, you can establish effective communication channels and ensure you receive the necessary game assignments and support within your officiating community.

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