As the team Captain, inviting Players to join your team is the next most important step after creating your team and setting your team's fundraising goal. Let's go through the simple steps on how to create your Team Roster.

To help guide you, we've laid out 3 important steps. Each step is clickable, so you'll get directed right where you need to go. As you tackle these steps, they'll be marked completed with an orange checkmark to make your progress.


Let's get started!

Step 1: Shop & Earn

After speaking with hundreds of Captains, we learned that the best way for them to explain and learn how FlipGive works, is by trying it out themselves first! I always recommend purchasing a digital gift card as a first purchase, since they are the quickest way to see your first cashback come through!


Step 2: Set up your Team Roster and Invite

To start,

  • WEB

    • Click on your team name on the top left of your team's page

    • Under Settings, click on Invite and Manage Team

    • Next, click on Edit Player Roster

    • Add your Players, then click on Preview Invites

    • On the Preview page, you can copy and share your team's unique join link, open the email to make any customizations, or download a handout to share at the next team meeting!

  • APP

    • Select the More tab along the bottom

    • Click on Manage Team Roster

    • Next, click on Edit Player Roster

    • Add your Players, then click on Preview Invites

    • On the Preview pop-up, you can copy your team's unique join link, open the email to make any customizations, or download a handout to share at the next team meeting!


And there you have it! You've successfully set up your Team Roster and invited your Players to join. If you've just signed up, follow along with the progress bar to help guide you to the next steps!


Submit Payment Info

To finish setting up your team, follow these simple steps on How to Submit your team's Payment Info.


If you have any other questions or concerns, we kindly ask that you contact our Support team via phone, email, or chat.

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