Offer Up a Shift (for Employees)

Offer up a full or partial shift with your coworkers! You'll have the flexibility to request these changes directly from the mobile or web app.

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Prerequisite

⚠️ To offer up a partial shift, this feature must be enabled by your Employer. You can reach out to them directly for more information about this by clicking on the chat bubble icon to start a conversation!  

SKIP AHEAD TO:

Offer Up a Full Shift

Offer Up a Partial Shift


Offer Up a Full Shift

Follow these steps for the mobile app: 

  1. Log in to the mobile app.

  2. Click on the ScheduleScreenshot icon at the bottom of your screen.

  3. Tap on the shift you'd like to offer up:



  4. Tap Find Cover:


  5. Tap Offer Up: 




  6. Next, choose to:
    • Offer up the shift to coworkers that share the same role.
    • Offer up the shift to a specific Employee.
    • Leave a message for your coworkers about this shift.

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  7.  Tap Offer up. You'll be notified when a co-worker takes your shift and it has been approved by a Manager. Until then, its your shift.

  8. If you change your mind and want to keep this shift, head to the shift from the Dashboard (or the Schedules and Dashboard pages) > tap Take back.

We'll send you a notification once your shift has been taken:

Follow these steps for the web app:

  1. Log in to the web app.

  2. Click on the Schedule tab in the left navigation bar.

  3. Click Offer up shift under the shift you'd like to offer up:

  4. In the pop-up window, choose to:

    • Offer up the shift to coworkers that share the same role.
    • Offer up the shift to a specific Employee.
    • Leave a message for your coworkers about this shift.

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  5. When you're ready, click Offer Up. You'll be notified when a co-worker takes your shift and it has been approved by a Manager. Until then, its your shift.

  6.  If you change your mind and want to keep this shift, head to the Schedules tab > select Take back (or, head to the Dashboard / Shift Pool tabs > select Take back).






  7. As you wait for updates on this shift, you can check in on its' status in the Shift Pool tab in the left navigation bar:



We'll send you a notification once your shift has been taken:




Offer Up a Partial Shift

Follow these steps for the mobile app: 

  1. Log in to the mobile app.

  2. Click on the ScheduleScreenshot icon at the bottom of your screen.

  3. Tap on the shift you'd like to offer up:



  4. Tap Find Cover:


  5. Tap Offer Up: 



  6. Next, use the slider to disable Full Shift, and choose to:
      • Set your Start/End times that you'd like to offer up.
      • Offer up the shift to coworkers that share the same role.
      • Offer up the shift to a specific Employee.
      • Leave a message for your coworkers about this shift.
    1. Tap Offer up. You'll be notified when a co-worker takes your shift and it has been approved by a Manager. Until then, its your shift.

    2. If you change your mind and want to keep this shift, head to the shift from the Dashboard (or the Schedules and Dashboard pages) > tap Take back.

We'll send you a notification once your shift has been taken:

 

Follow these steps for the web app app: 

  1. Log in to the web app.

  2. Click on the Schedule tab in the left navigation bar.

  3. Click Offer up shift under the shift you'd like to offer up:

  4. In the pop-up window, toggle Offer up part of shift and:

    • Offer up the shift to coworkers that share the same role.
    • Offer up the shift to a specific Employee.
    • Set the time frame for which you'd like to offer.
    • Leave a message for your coworkers about this shift.



  5. Click Offer up.

  6. You'll be notified when a co-worker takes your shift and it has been approved by a Manager. Until then, its your shift.

  7. If you change your mind and want to keep this shift, head to the shift from the Dashboard (or the Schedules and Dashboard pages) > tap Take back.

  8. We'll send you a notification once your shift has been taken:

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