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Staffhub migration

Show us how to import all our schedules from StaffHub to Shifts

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We have released the StaffHub migration feature. This allows an IT Pro to run PowerShell cmdlets to move their StaffHub teams to MS Teams.

Please see the following documentation for more details:


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  • Stephen Smith commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    A report showing staff hub owners to help sort out transition to Teams would be most helpful to at least start a conversation with the user groups and use the dialogue to start planning for a transition. Searched Azure reports against Microsoft StaffHub app and can see sign-ins in the last month but no user scope info.

  • Daniel B commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be good for us to get some sort of guide as to how to force this transition, or Microsoft to provide some migration indication in the tenant Admin so we know when we need to start preparing our users.

  • John commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Also, what about Flow connectors from Staffhub to Shifts? I have several different email notifications going out for multiple teams.

  • Chris Rallo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Our organization has been using StaffHub for over a year now and is looking to migrate to Shifts. We would like the ability to migrate the data that is currently in StaffHub to Shifts for a seamless transition.

    We currently have the ability to export the schedules from StaffHub, but there is no ability to import data into Shifts.

    In order for organizations to jump on board with Shifts, an easy path for importing historical schedules is extremely important.

  • Fredrik Forséll commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This. I get a lot of email about how important it is to start using Teams (we have been using it for ages), but there is no info on how to convert the current StaffHub schedule to a Shifts schedule.

  • Steven Machanoff commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Currently our company is using both the MS Staffhub and Teams Applications. We have been told Microsoft is retiring Staffhub April 2019 and are integrating the functionality into Teams. Can Microsoft provide us information how to migrate all our data from Staffhub into Teams? We already have our 2019 schedules posted to StaffHub with time off requests and do not want to have to set all that up again.

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