Effective June 30,Microsoft StaffHub has been retired. We're building StaffHub capabilities into Microsoft Teams. Today, Teams includes the Shifts app for schedule management and additional capabilities will roll out over time.Adding Shared Outlook Calendar to Teams
StaffHub stopped working for all users on June 30, Anyone who tries to open StaffHub is shown a message directing them to download Teams. To learn more, see Microsoft StaffHub has been retired. It's built mobile first for fast and effective time management and communication for teams. Shifts lets Firstline Workers and their managers use their mobile devices to manage schedules and keep in touch. It's important to know that Shifts currently doesn't support guest users.
This means that guests on a team can't be added to or use shift schedules when Guest access is turned on in Teams. For more information about where data is stored, see Where is my data? Shifts is enabled by default for all Teams users in your organization. You can turn off or turn on the app at the org level on the Manage apps page in the Microsoft Teams admin center.
To allow or block specific users in your organization from using Shifts, make sure Shifts is turned on for your organization on the Manage apps page, and then create a custom app permission policy and assign it to those users.
To learn more, see Manage app permission policies in Teams. App setup policies let you customize Teams to highlight the apps that are most important for users in your organization. The apps set in a policy are pinned to the app bar—the bar on the side of the Teams desktop client and at the bottom of the Teams mobile clients—where users can quickly and easily access them. Teams includes a built-in FirstlineWorker app setup policy that you can assign to Firstline Workers in your organization.
By default, the policy includes the Activity, Shifts, Chat, and Calling apps. You can assign a policy directly to users, either individually or at scale through a batch assignment if supported for the policy typeor to a group that the users are members of if supported for the policy type.
To learn about the different ways that you can assign policies to users, see Assign policies to your users in Teams. You can search the audit log to view Shifts activity in your organization. To learn more about how to search the audit log and to see a list of Shifts activities that are logged in the audit log, see Search the audit log for events in Teams. To learn more, see Turn audit log search on or off.
Keep in mind that audit data is only available from the point at which you turned on auditing. Submit and view feedback for. Skip to main content. Contents Exit focus mode. Is this page helpful? Yes No. Any additional feedback? Skip Submit. Submit and view feedback for This product This page. View all page feedback.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Microsofteven when you're working remotely. Welcome to Shifts, the schedule management tool for firstline workers.
Open the Shifts app.
See your shifts. Create a schedule. See the team schedule. Open a different schedule. You'll find Shifts on the left side of Teams with the other apps. Just click it to start working on your schedule. See your shifts Keep track of all your upcoming shifts in a team schedule. Click on More options and then Shifts. Choose Day or Month buttons above the list of dates to narrow or expand your view. Select Create team and choose the team you want to create a schedule for.
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Now that you've created a schedule, the next step is to fill it out. If you haven't already done so, open Shifts in Teams and create the schedule for the team you want. This is what you'll be importing your data to. Or if that's already taken care of, open that schedule in Shifts to get started. Using the sample as a guide, put your schedule data in an Excel file.
This is what you'll upload into Shifts. Just remember to delete the sample information before you upload the file.
Once you've added your data and made sure everything looks right, select Upload file. When importing is finished, verify that the schedule looks correct in Shifts. Then select Share with team when you're ready for everyone to see it. Go to More options on the far-left side of the app and choose Shifts. From there, you can select a shift to see the details, swap it, or offer it to someone else.
Navigate to More options on the far-left side of the app and choose Shifts. Read more about Shifts. Manage the Shifts app for your organization. The mobile app is geared for the firstline worker. See your upcoming shifts with the tap of a finger and make shift or time off requests as needed. Pin the Shifts app.I'm desperately trying to import a schedule in Teams Shifts for my team.
I'm team owner in Teams, I've followed all examples and tried to search for solutions and possible errors, but I can't find a way where I'm not getting the error message:. Please try importing again. Nothing works. First of all, thank you for your fast return. I tested the example file, only changing the mails. That worked! So I tried to find out what of the formatting that was wrong in my own test file.
I tried multiple things, changing one column a time, and it still didn't work. I then tried the other way around, taking the data from my own test file into the example file and tried to import. That worked. And then it worked. So going forward, if other users have issues, it maybe can be fixed with adding all the sheets. Thank you so much for your answer, now I can finally move on.
As a last question - Do you know when it will be possible to synchronize you schedule with you outlook calender? Br Morten. Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Site Feedback. Tell us about your experience with our site. Morten Enghoff.I am using Shifts at Teams App on Desktop.
After I click "Export Schedule", nothing happened. I can't find any excel file downloaded to anywhere, including the document file in the relevant Sharepoint site.
Jamie Stark can we report a bug with Shifts. When you try and export schedule from Shifts App in the Teams Desktop client, nothing is exported. Nothing actually happens - it doesn't even prompt to save a file. I think this will need the Team to fix.
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Had a similar issue a few weeks back with downloading TLS deprecation reports out the trust centre. Definitely suggest opening up a support case on the issue. On my machine, I found the exported schedule file in the download folder for Microsoft Edge Settings, Advanced Settings, Downloads folder By the way - you get the same behaviour from within Teams if you download a file and you are not prompted for a location - chances are, whatever file you downloaded is in the "Downloads" folder for Edge Calvinkw - Are you using a current version of the app?
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Microsoft Security and Compliance. Education Sector.Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Microsofteven when you're working remotely. Shifts in Microsoft Teams is a schedule management tool that helps you create, update, and manage schedules for your team. Schedules - Create a schedule from scratch or import an existing one from Excel.
A Shifts schedule displays days at the top while team members appear on the left. And if you're an owner of multiple teams, toggle between different Shifts schedules to manage them.
Day Notes - Add notes to share important news and reminders for a specific day. Groups - Name a group like a job function or location to keep your groups organized. Then, add people to a group. Shifts - Choose a slot to assign a shift. Create it from scratch, or copy from an existing one — and don't forget to add activities like training or a specific task.
Add open shifts to your schedule that anyone can request. If you need to review shift coverage, view your schedule by people or shift type. Requests - Review requests for time-off, shift swaps, or offers.
Time Clock - Turn on Time Clock to let your team clock in and out of a shift with a mobile device. Enable location detection to ensure team members clock in from a designated work site.
Share - As you edit a schedule, it'll save automatically but your team only sees the updates when you've shared it out.
Export or Copy - Look at your schedule in a spreadsheet by exporting it to excel. If you need to re-use a Shifts schedule, copy it to the date range you want.
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