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)A Harris commented
Team members really need to be able to see the staffhub shifts calendar in outlook to keep track of everyone. Managers are not the only ones. Team members work with one another on a daily basis. This is a necessity. I see Working on it dated 10/11/2017. It's 2/20/19. It doesn't exist yet?
4 votesA Harris commented
Why is there only a template for managers to sync an Outlook calendar with StaffHub shifts calendar? The team members also need to be aware of where everyone is. We have a SharePoint team calendar that displays when team members work from home, are in training, out sick, or on vacation. We are now required to use StaffHub shifts as a replacement for our SharePoint team calendar. We need to be able to see the shifts calendar from our Outlook calendar. It is most inconvenient to check two places. Our Outlook calendar is not going away.