We’ve made it even easier for you to get the word out about your best plays. Sharing your highlight is now the final step of tagging your highlight.

You already know sharing Hudl highlights is the easiest way for your fans to see your best moments. But with the new ability to share a highlight clip directly after tagging it, you’ll see even faster recognition.  

Your coach has uploaded video from last night’s game. You made the play of your life and you want to share that moment with your friends, family and followers immediately. So you hit that star icon, trim the clip and save. All you have to do now is decide how to share. Facebook, Twitter and direct URL are your go-to options from the web and Hudl app.

We’ve already seen some killer highlights created and shared this way. Here are just a few.

This highlight by Tannen Reu shows the ultimate buzzer beater.

Highlights are for bragging and John Spranza’s bicycle kick is definitely worthy.

Share the first big moment of the big game, just like Alvin Toney.

How about this basket by Stacy Almquist?

Who says goalies can’t score? Alex Wagner’s highlight shows us it’s possible.

There’s no stopping this goal by Maria Donelly.

Kirk Kemp can go anywhere. Including all over the court.

Why not use this new capability to show off your favorite team moments? Be like the Kristianstad Predators.

Take their example and get noticed, today. Haven’t used this feature yet? Here’s the tutorial.