Allow Shifts to be accessed in browser
Allow user to view just shifts in browser without having to load the Teams app, or go via Teams in the browser.
With Shifts in Teams, there is some disconnect with what is available in StaffHub (understandable, but makes things tricky).
A schedule created in StaffHub can't be viewed in Teams.
A schedule created in Teams can't be viewed in StaffHub.
StaffHub is currently a little more user friendly for large scale rota planning. It's quite buggy in Teams when dealing with a large number of people.
Being able to edit a Teams-based schedule in a browser - just like you can in StaffHub - would be really beneficial.
Also, a staff member may not wish to log into Teams, and view chats and conversations about work, simply when checking their shifts. Being able to access shifts only in the browser will help maintain a healthy work/life balance ;)
Magnus S commented
I really miss this!
Getting questions in a conversation in one tab in Teams, it is awkward to move to Teams to check someones schedule or vacation time and then to go back and find the original conversation again.
In general, having apps only availble in Teams really restricts usability.
Using a single window or app as the main communication tool, and at the same time, in between communications, doing editing or other tasks in that same app or window somehow takes me back to the 1980's. Could be fun for a while, but in the long run creating uneccesary stress and frustration. There sould be a better solution, such as using several windows or allowing the apps to open in a browser.