Add additional schedule viewing options
Week view and month view are very text heavy for shifts.
Visual representation of coverage would be ideal. Need a way to ensure we have appropriate coverage 24/7 365days a year
Ampliar visualización de línea de tiempo entre meses
Permitir visualizar la línea de tiempo si abarca dos meses en vacaciones, también al imprimir.
Allow to visualize the timeline if it covers two months on vacation, also when printing.
Dynamic 4week schedule instead of month schedule
When planning I like to see the previous week, current week and 1 or 2 weeks ahead. This is not always possible in month view without toggling between different months. Could it be possible to get a 4week view instead in which it is possible to choose the first week.
antonio sempere commented
1 pantalla resumen sintetizando el máximo posible de información
1 summary screen synthesizing the maximum possible information
N Johnson commented
Would like to see more than a month at a time
it is difficult to see a daily schedule and notice who arrives at work next
What I'm looking for is something where I can see the coverage for the day, instead of just seeing the hours that each person is working. I've attached a spreadsheet that demonstrates what i'm looking for.
Gabriele Broggini commented
allow all staff members to see in monthly table format and not calendar day by day the tuitti times the staff members. so you have a more complete view. The table contains only the names in a column the days in the top line and the times are in the cells horizontally.
We run on a bi-weekly schedule and our pay period starts on a Wednesday. It would be nice to be able to view a full pay period on one screen. Also, even though our pay period starts on Wednesday, I do not want the first day of the week to be Wednesday.
I'd like one of those views to be by pay period. Since we pay twice a month, it would be really helpful from a staff management perspective to have that in there.
Definitely need a traditional calendar view. I want to see visually who is suppose to be working at a certain time of day. It is so necessary to see a visual calendar view to know that all work hours have the correct number of staff during any given time. Rarely do we have "standard" shifts. We have to fill work hours with shifts people are available to work. We have open hours and staff. Then need to jigsaw puzzle their availability into hours we need covered. We don't have shifts that we simply plug people into.
A way to see the notes in the shift, rather than just the time and employee would be huge. Shifts are different "jobs" for us.
For quick reference a traditional monthly calendar view would be beneficial
Ryan S commented
to make a graphing option to see coverage of the work day
Roberto Sforza commented
Please add the Week Number in the viewing options,
example the week from the 2017.04.03 to 2017.04.09 ist the Week 14
Steve Jefferson commented
A histogram style count of resources per hour in the calendar view would be helpful.
Please provide a year overview next to day, week and month.
Michael J commented
Yes please - the 'shift' idea is different for us to think about how we schedule. We have times we need to cover and a Calendar View (or integration with Outlook Calendar) would be ideal.
How do I see a calendar view of the shifts in StaffHub? Shift managers need to be able to look at the schedule for a specific hour on a specific day and see who is supposed to work that shift (usually 3 employees) in a glance. It looks like StaffHub only displays the schedule by employee rather than by hourly shift. That's great for employees, but useless for managers.
Please provide the view "Calendar view" thanks!
Peter Adams commented
YES! Please add background colors to team members' schedules e.g. calendar has a white background, Manager has blue for the time she is working, team leads have green, f/t staff have yellow, p/t have red, etc. etc. (customizable of course). Now you see the times but there is no way to see coverage holes at a glance.