If you would like to restrict access to stats so parents can see stats for all of their children and players can only see their own stats follow these steps. 1. Set your team's share settings to "Most Private" 2. Add Parents to your team roster and associate them to their children. (See this blog post for more information - Give Parents Access to your Team and their Children) 3. Here is the view of the team stats from an admins point of view: 4. Here is the view of the team stats from a parent's point of view. To be specific, this is John Trava's point of view. You can see from section 2 of this post that he is the parent of Frank Kessler and Frank Taylor.
Many coaches have had to make the decision of making their team public and opening it up to the world to give parents access to the team pages. Coaches now have the access of adding parents to the "Parent Roster". This special roster allows coaches to associate parents to their children and restrict stats access to their children's stats if they wish.
Here is a screenshot of the "Parent Roster" page:
1. These "Remove" links allow you to remove individual associations between a parent and a player.
2. These "Add" links allow you to add a new parent-player link
3. These "Remove" links will remove the parent and all associations
Parents will have the same access as players. They will be able to see the roster, schedule, and stats by default. They share the same access level so taking away access for parents will also take it away from players. These types of access changes can be made on the "Edit Stats" page.
See Restrict Stats Access for Parents to their Children for more information about setting permissions for parents.