Microsoft 365 Day 28: StaffHub 101 & Resources

#Microsoft365 — As part of my overview of Microsoft Apps & Services, we’ll be taking a look at StaffHub today. StaffHub is a new application for Office 365, focused at helping staff workers manage their workday.

For previous posts in my #Microsoft365Challenge go to the index page.

Love the site Microsoft 🙂

Frontline staff workers typically don’t have their own office / pc’s, but still need the ability to access and share information. StaffHub is the perfect solution to this AND SO MUCH MORE.

Microsoft StaffHub is a cloud-based platform that works across all your devices. It enables firstline workers and their managers to manage time, communicate with their teams, and share content. Read more…

Good to know:

  • Cloud-based platform that works across all devices.
  • Workers can create & manage schedules and tasks.
  • Use chat and IM presence.
  • Send messages and share documents, videos etc.
  • Office 365 F1 is a plan specific to the firstline workforce which includes Email, Skype for Business, Teams, OneDrive, SharePoint Online, Yammer, Office Online, StaffHub, Sway, Stream, Flow, PowerApps.
  • StaffHub is available as part of the Office 365 K1, E1, E3 and E5 plans.
  • Is available on the web as well as for iOS and Android apps.
  • All users need a Office 365 account.
  • Workers can swap shifts and request time off.

Here’s a sneak preview:

Resources:

Purpose of this blog challenge:

I will write 365 blogs in 365 days around Microsoft 365. I did a similar challenge with Office 365, blogs can be found here. I won’t just be talking about the new Microsoft 365 subscription model. I will be sharing any news, tips and tricks around Office / Office 365 / Windows / Mobility and Security. And let’s not forget all the great new Apps & services available. A lot of what I’ll share on Office and SharePoint will also be applicable to none “Office 365” versions.

Feel free to #AskBraam if you have questions or would like me to write about a specific topic. I’ve created a Flow to monitor Twitter for the #AskBraam hashtag and will try my best to incorporate any questions into the blogs, or answer them directly on Twitter. This is a “Learning through Sharing” approach to teach my pet sheep about Microsoft — read more on this here.


Originally published at tracyvanderschyff.com on August 29, 2017.

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