Email notification for shift changes in Teams
Email notification to be sent to the affected members to notify the changes made in Shifts.
Sometimes people do not have access to a smart phone (perhaps theirs broke or they don't have it in the budget), so having email notifications helps accessibility for staff members. Text messages as an option would also be wonderful.
Email notification is key for this app
This will help staff not no miss changes to their shifts
We have depended on the Flows that used the StaffHub connectors to be able to get around the lack of notifications that are available in Teams, but now that those were removed on June 30, 2020, we have not found a way to be able to send notifications to managers when associates request time off, when the request is approved/denied. We need some sort of notification available.
We opened a support request for these notifications and even MS support sent us to this link. Send and hope as some point someone cares enough to see this is really needed and does something about it.
Juan Miguel Quiroz A commented
email, sms, popup, whatever... we need any option to notify the users. I don't understand why if StaffHub has this functionality, Teams don't.
Notifications framework for whatever changes must be improved. Now changes are only visible if you go to the application. Get notified via banner, and even better via emails, is a must.
There is serious issue with shift there is no user notification .
Very up setting pathetic app
Email would be great but even more so Text messaging would be more important so that members cal get notifications for offerings and open shifts when not at work.
When offering a shift there is a need to select the group not just one member as well.
Maddie Schilling commented
txt messages instead?