Thank you for your feedback! We are hard at work improving the Shifts app experience including adding recurring shifts. In the meantime, we wanted to share some tips and tricks to help with some pain-points mentioned:
1) Make Edits to Your Schedule (Delete, Undo, Minor Copy Edits): Shifts works similarly to Excel in certain regards, so make sure to highlight shifts with your mouse and utilize keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Z) to copy, delete, or undo actions. We find it helpful doing this particularly in month view and week view.
2) Copy Button: Use the copy button on the top right to copy any timeframe you need for the entire schedule.
3) Search for Shifts in Creation Phase: When creating a shift, utilize the search command to find shifts that have already been created in the past.
We’ll keep you posted when we have more news!
An error occurred while saving the commentAaron Werning commented
This seems like a basic setting of the app. I'm kind of curious why it is on the backlog? Isn't MS Teams widely adopted by corporate companies with employees who are on set schedules (i.e. non-retail companies)? It seems like the target audience would be for companies with reoccurring schedules. But, I may be way off in my assessment of the demographic that uses Teams. Either way, we are an international engineering company (Worley) that uses Teams and most of our international clients use teams. Pretty much useless for tracking what a person's daily schedule is without setting up one day for each employee and copying it FOREVER to every day into the the future. We will just use it for a "Time Off" calendar for now. But looking forward to this feature for sure! Thanks!Aaron Werning supported this idea ·