Microsoft's StaffHub app for Android now open to all Office 365 Work accounts

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Microsoft today released a new update for the StaffHub app on Android, opening it up to all users with an Office 365 Work account. StaffHub, for those unfamiliar, is an app from Microsoft which makes managing work schedules a lot easier. With StaffHub, your manager will be able to easily create and manage shift schedules for their team from the web app. After that, you will easily be able to see your shifts and shift swap requests from the mobile app. Additionally, it also lets you chat with your team from the app with the latest update

StaffHub also supports Danish with the new update, which is pretty nice — here’s the full changelog:

  • We are happy to announce StaffHub is officially open to use for any work accounts linked to an O365 license!
  • “Hello”” to our Danish speakers. We now support Danish on our mobile and web apps.
  • Feeling Chatty? Chat it up with even more people using StaffHub! You conversations converations with anyone in your organization using StaffHub, even if they’re on a different team.

If you use StaffHub at your workplace, you can get the latest update for the app from the Google Play Store here. 

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