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    21 comments  ·  General » Scheduling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Project Sonoma Support commented  · 

    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.
    Sean Stockburger

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    57 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi everyone,

    While we don’t have a connector to O365 Calendar yet, we have added support in Microsoft Flow that will allow you to add your new shifts to your Office 365, Outlook.com or Google calendars. You can find templates for these flows here: flow.microsoft.com/search/?q=staffhub

    Please note that these flows currently only work for team managers, but we’ll soon update them to work for team members as well

    - Aby (StaffHub team)

    Project Sonoma Support commented  · 

    Have the ability to have a Shift Calendar URL that you can use with a different calendar (for example, O365, Outlook or Google Calendar)

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