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10 votesAdminStaffHub Support (Admin, Microsoft) supported this idea ·
Thank you for your interest in this idea. We have published a Flow that you can use to email your team when a schedule gets shared. You can find it here: https://us.flow.microsoft.com/galleries/public/templates/48922033b4ec4916aee9164176a8b757/email-your-entire-team-when-a-schedule-gets-published-in-staffhub
You can check out our other published flows at: https://us.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/search/?q=staffhub
Aby (StaffHub team)
The current implementation does not support the ability to tweak the flow to isolate to individuals that the changes affect. We have this in our backlog and will let you know as soon as we make it available.
Hi and thanks for your suggestion!
We do currently send reminders to clock in and clock out when you have a shift scheduled. You'll receive the reminder to clock in 5 mins before your shift starts and the reminder to clock out when your shift is scheduled to end. The reminders come as push notifications to your device.Time Clock must be turned on to receive reminders.
If you have any further questions, please let us know.
Emily (StaffHub Team)
Hi and thanks for your question.
You can schedule time off for a portion of day that the employee is scheduled. When creating time off, you can choose the option 'Sick day' and set however many hours you'd like. Please let use know if you have any other questions.
Emily (StaffHub Team)
12 votesAdminStaffHub Support (Admin, Microsoft) responded
Would you be able to provide some more context of the scenario you’re trying to complete to help us better understand how we could improve the product to meet your needs?
If you click on the ... menu on the bottom right of an empty shift you can create a new shift. Once in the Add Shift panel you can create activities for that specific shift. I hope this helps.
Thanks for your feedback, if I understand correctly you want to be able to make changes to the schedule and publish these changes once you are done. If this is what you are looking for then you can do that with "Share with team" option in the top left. I hope this answers your question.
Thanks for the suggestion!
This is currently possible with the team calendar view, accessible by going to the Schedule tab and tapping on the calendar icon on the top right corner.
Thanks for the suggestion!
We recommend creating two separate shifts as an interim solution since this functionality does not exist yet.
If you click on downward arrow to the right of the date in the header, you will get a Go To date picker.AdminStaffHub Support (Admin, Microsoft) shared this idea ·
Hello. Thanks for your feedback. SatffHub has a "Shifts view", also known as "Overview". In this view, all of the shifts are listed on the left and the team members assigned to these shifts are in the day columns. Currently, this is a view only, meaning you can not make edits from this view. We are working on making this an editable view in the future.
Depending on the version of the site you are running, you will either find this view in a drop-down menu on the top left that allows you to choose between "Manage" and "Overview", or you will find it by clicking on the clock icon next to the person icon on the top right next to "Day Week Month".
Thank you for your feedback. Could you please let us know with an example? Is this employee part of multiple teams or the same team? If it is the same team is the employee expected to clock in without reaching the destination?
Thank you for your feedback on StaffHub. Could you please explain more in detail on the situation you have and the tasks that need to be completed in 5 minutes? Some examples will be helpful.
Thanks for your feedback. We are looking into this idea, and will consider it in the future.
Got it. Makes sense. Thanks
I am not able to understand the concern here. Is it possible to attach a screen shot? Thank you.
Could you please provide more details? What type of activities are you interested in?
Does your full time staff also work in shifts? How are the casual workers onboarded in to your system? Are they added to AAD? Are these casual workers hired by the manager as needed or there is some sort of a bench and they are permanently available and waiting to claim any full time workers time slot?
Thanks for the suggestion, we will look into this idea.
Would the ability to search the conversations (archived or not) solve this problem for you?
Thanks for your feedback. Your ideas sounds interesting, we probably need to brake it down into two suggestions: shift schedule by project and a scheduler that is resource based and not project based.
Thanks again for submitting your idea and helping us make StaffHub even better!”
Thanks for reaching out with this suggestion. We recommend that you use shift activities instead of multiple shifts. You can have multiple shift activities for a single shift. So you can create one shift (ex: 8am - 5pm) and then have activities such as 8am - 10am (Project A), 10:30am - 12:30pm (Project B), etc.
You can learn more about activities here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Schedule-daily-activities-on-Microsoft-StaffHub-0ddad02f-c6cf-42af-9a87-52ea4ff935ce
We are currently working on this. If you’re interested in being opted into an early release, please send an email to and we can turn it on for you.
Thanks for reaching out. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you get set up. We’ll need some info on the team you’re trying to use the import feature for.
- Emily (StaffHub team)