Managing a fantasy football team requires a lot of commitment, dedication and research. With the first week of NFL action about to kick off, there are a variety of ways Evernote can help you hoist a championship trophy in your league.
See how you can use Evernote to accomplish better results each week, without spending more time than you have to.
Use Reminders to manage your roster
The biggest challenge of fantasy football is managing your team roster.
Fantasy football is a fickle game that requires juggling work and life pursuits with deciding which players to start on a weekly basis. Save a note with your updated roster and set a Reminder for the next week’s earliest game so you remember to finalize your team. While most teams play on Sunday, a handful of games are on Thursday and Monday. Create an ‘injury status’ note with the players who are in limbo to play each week. Monitor their health by pinning it to the top of your note list for quick reference as game time approaches.
Use Evernote to manage trades
Just like in real life, sports success is dictated by trades. Pursuing trades with other managers can impact your season just as much as the draft process. Research players online throughout the season and clip relevant content into Evernote using the Evernote Web Clipper. Don’t forget your league trade deadline by setting a Reminder early in the season.
Evernote for league dues
You have to pay to play. Playing fantasy sports involves a lot of administrative work and financial responsibility. Use Evernote to create checklists that track who’s paid their dues and who needs to be paid out at the end of the season.
Share notes with your league
While fantasy football is all about head-to-head action, you still have to keep up communication with the league. Share notes with players, weekly recaps and league news seamlessly to the league.
Archive fantasy results in Evernote for future reference
Archive past fantasy sports results in Evernote to look back at previous seasons and analyze what trade proposals were made, why certain trades went through or were declined, and which players you want to stay away from next season.
Are you using Evernote to manage your fantasy football hobby? Share your tips in the comments!