Parents asked for it, and we have delivered: Family Accounts are now possible for moms, dads, guardians, and spouses to manage their significant others' profile(s). We call it Profile Assist.
Even though it's not necessarily a parent/child relationship (maybe it's husband/wife or actor/assistant), we will refer to the subordinate profile as child and the governor as the parent. Just a heads up.
Activate From Within Each Child Account
Cast98's powerful rehearsal scheduling features rely on each performer having his/her own account. That hasn't changed, which means a parent will need to log into each child's account to activate Profile Assist.
That'll be the last time you need to log into their account, most likely. You'll immediately be able to edit that child's profile from your parent account, and soon you'll also be able to sign up for auditions on their behalf and see their rehearsals highlighted on your personalized schedule.
Why Have Family Accounts?
Ever performed in a community theatre musical? Children sell tickets, so the kid ensembles are usually quite large. Families keep these small organizations functioning through volunteerism and publicity. A mother with three kids in a production has a hard time managing three (four including herself) Cast98 profiles separately. They want to be able to manage their child without signing in and out all the time.