Allow the navigation bar, once edited to show different apps, to stay that way.
The navigation bar now allows users to change which apps appear at the bottom, and which will appear once the navigation bar is swiped up. Each time the app is closed, the navigation bar resets to the apps already chosen by Microsoft.
It's infuriating and no matter how many times it gets changed, it will change back to the original settings.
Shifts should already be a standard on the navigation bar. It makes it very difficult for new users to understand and they tend not to know how to access Shifts until it is too late as there is no notification for upcoming shifts (as opposed to how StaffHub worked).
Hello and thank you for your feedback. My name is Amir and I am a product manager in the Shifts team. I apologize for the bad experience and wanted to address your concerns below:
1. Navigation bar resets: this should not happen and the configuration of your “app tray” should not change. Can you please report a problem and add a screenshot if possible?
2. The admin of your company can create app policies that create the default view for your team on mobile and web. She/he can make sure that the Shifts app is pinned and visible for new users. More info can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-app-setup-policies
3. Notification – We support basic Shifts notification (unless the user disabled them on her mobile phone) so I wanted to know what is the use case that you refer to exactly. Do you expect to see notification of a shift that is about to start in the next x min, y hours or z days? We’d love to learn more about the need for reminder you have so that we can add the solution to our backlog.
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