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Tutorials for StaffHub


NOTICE: Microsoft StaffHub to be retired.  Microsoft is building StaffHub capabilities, including schedule and task management, into the now available Microsoft Teams Shifts app. Starting on April 1, 2019, Microsoft StaffHub will be removed from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and all other points of access. Current users will still be able to use the service until October 1, 2019, however no additional features will be made available.  Users planning to use or currently using Microsoft StaffHub are encouraged to make the switch to Shifts in Microsoft Teams. To learn more, refer to Microsoft's article - Microsoft StaffHub to be retired.

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StaffHub is tightly integrated with Office 365 groups and users should review the Office 365 Groups Service page and Groups Guidelines before getting started with StaffHub.

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StaffHub Managers can create, update, and manage shift schedules, and can post policy documents, news bulletins, or videos for the team to see. They can sign in to the web-based app with their Office 365 account at StaffHub members can use mobile apps to view their upcoming shifts at a glance, can see who else is scheduled for the day, and can request to swap a shift or take time-off.

Getting Started

Note:  All StaffHub groups are public by default.  To change your StaffHub group to private, refer to: Make Office 365 Groups public or private

Schedule & Task Management

Communications & Collaboration

Settings & Administration


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Last Updated: April 8, 2019