The invitations capability in ManageMyMatch is very powerful and is aimed at making it as easy as possible to find partners to play and agree times to play.
Tip 1: Use invitations to declare as many times as possible at which you can play. The more you make yourself available the more likely you'll overlap other's invitations.
Tip 2: Use the messaging capability in ManageMyMatch. You can message in the context of a match in order to find a mutually convenient time with all players (useful for doubles matches) or you can message any member.
Tip 3: Don't be shy to invite at times when all courts are taken. If there's a cancellation you might be first in line to use the court with a partner. ManageMyMatch will make this booking for you automatically.
Tip 4: If you want a game at short notice, set up invites immediately. Since you're not actually reserving a court there's no fear of being charged for an empty one.
Tip 5: Invite the following month league games now. Even though you don't know who your opponents will be until the leagues are drawn up, ManageMyMatch will book them with your opponents, if it can, automatically when the leagues are published.
Tip 6: If you're not bothered what kind of game you could play (friendly, league, squash or squash57) then make sure the invitation includes all of them.
Tip 7: Check the number of people who will see your friendly invitation. If the list is too restricted then widen the net using the choices in the invite popup window.
Tip 8: Check the expiry of your invites - they normally expire 2 days before the invited time to avoid late notice, but you can reduce that if you want.
Tip 9: Check your preferences. Especially your "stamina" which tells ManageMyMatch how much you like to play and how frequently you are prepared to play.
Tip 10: Check into ManageMyMatch frequently. With the invitations capability there's every chance you'll get a number of choices to take others up on their invitations.