Aligning Teams and Fundraising Teams

While some races want to have a separate definition for Teams and Fundraising Teams, there is also a need to align these so they are essentially the same. This has an advantage in that a team can be created or joined on the first step of registration rather than waiting until the Fundraising step.

To accomplish this, we have added a new option in the Fundraiser Setup:

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By turning this option on, it makes sure that teams and fundraising teams are aligned. It also eases the process for when Allison creates a team on the first page:

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It automatically fills in that information on the Fundraising step:

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Author: RunSignUp

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