Stop Scheduling with Excel | Simplify Your Experience with Shifts in Microsoft Teams

Stop Scheduling with Excel | Simplify Your Experience with Shifts in Microsoft Teams

December 8, 2021

 

If you’re looking for a new digital solution for managing & tracking your team members’ schedules, you might want to check out Shifts in Microsoft Teams. This built-in app offers a streamlined and easy-to-use shifts calendar that offers both the scheduling manager and the individual team members plenty of options to keep their calendars working together.

Shifts in Microsoft Teams features many options, including:

  • Creating, sorting, & filtering shift schedules
  • Employee tools to request time off or swap shifts
  • Mobile clock-in & clock-out, with optional location confirmation
  • Exporting and sharing capabilities to keep team members informed

In this instructional session, we explore the functions of Shifts in Microsoft Teams, its capabilities and limitations, and the different ways you can use it to simplify your scheduling – whether you’re tracking multiple hourly employees, or just trying to ensure coverage for a single specific task.

 

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