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Connect Planner to StaffHub

Connect Planner to StaffHub. Every scheduled shift we need to do some tasks. There is morning shifts and evening. Depending of the shift you need to do some curtain tasks. The problem with Planner is that you can´t have recurrent tasks. So, connect recurrent tasks with created shift in StaffHub and use statistic in Planner and let the staff clear the tasks through the mobile.

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      • Thorsten commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The customer journey makes more sense, if a customer had booked an appointment with Microsoft Bookings and it automatically shows as a new task in MS Planner.

        This is already possible with MS Flow, but not nice.

        And from there an employee should be able to take the MS Planner task and clock it in and out with MS Staffhub.

      • Thorsten commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This totally makes sense.
        If it is also connected to Microsoft Bookings, the customer journey can begin.
        Make appointment with MS Bookings, plan it in MS Planner and use MS Staffhub for clocking in and out the tasks.

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