Allow setting a shift as recurring with beginning and end dates
Recurring shifts is on the backlog. Thanks!
Joep Poot commented
Please make this happen
Jeremy Kirkpatrick commented
This should have been something that was implemented into Shifts at it's core, not an add on down the road. Currently I can use Outlook Calendar for my team, but it will clog up the calendars. Being able to set a semi-permanent schedule for the team would be very beneficial. Please bump to active.
As what Gareth suggests, we also have a complex On Call rota that is managed in teams, and currently have to do 1 day at a time as there is not even a way to block 7 days and copy.
Reoccurring shifts would solve this please add to backlog asap.
We need to have this ability not only for shifts, but also for time off requests. Please move this from the backlog to active items.
This should have been a core requirement of Shifts IMO. I have recurring fairly complex oncall requirements. If I were to update these for say a couple of months in advance, then have to make a slight change due to staffing I'd need to redo the entire rota post change. Please make this a priority.... until then I'm stuck with my shared Outlook calendar.
Just adding my voice to the mix; REALLY need the ability to create a weekly schedule that recurs every week. It's kind of a no-brainer requirement.
This may not be "critical" but it goes along way to the willingness of people in my organization who need some type of time clock and **** manager to adopt Teams.
PLEASE move it back to being actively planned.
Miss Horton commented
It is essential that I can block copy shifts across the whole year - this is ridiculous!
Get it off the backlog and sort it out now please!
The biggest issue is the breaks won't copy across! this means Each. And. Every. Entry. has to be edited... not cool MS
Robert Foster commented
FYI, there is a copy schedule button at the top right of the screen that you can use until they implement this feature...
Amy Verkruissen commented
Any updates on the status of this feature?
How is this on the backlog list? This should be A MUST feature
Adam Hu commented
Please make this happen, this shouldn't be on the backlog but front burner, thanks
Michael Magnelli commented
As we get ready to migrate from StaffHub to Teams the StaffHub Copy Shift Function needs to be part of Shifts in Teams to same time with copying and pasting from one week to another. Please put higher on the list to add this capability sooner than later.
Chris Fagerstrom commented
Can we move this to the front burner now please?
Mark Miller commented
Hi Alex - any update on the recurring feature being added? It seems like a fairly simple addition, just replicating how recurring meetings are set up in Outlook.
Scott Leach commented
My team has schedules that rotate every 3 weeks (3 employees). i need to be able to schedule recurring weeks (W-TH) that they are the assigned resource.
and additional thing i would like is that when i create a task with a due date that it gets auto assigned based on the shift schedule.
If i had known this, then i would not have purchased this, feeling ripped off now.
Travis Beazley commented
We cant use shifts without this simple tick box feature. We are not going to enter the same shifts over and over.
ANy word on when this might be ready to go? Really, really want to deploy Shifts, but with a lot of employee's, it would be painful to schedule every day individually for every user.