On January 12, 2017, Microsoft StaffHub announced general availability, which means it is now available to Office 365 customers with a qualifying subscription plan. Microsoft StaffHub is an app that is designed to help staff workers manage their work day – with schedule management, information sharing and the ability to connect to other work-related apps and resources.
How does this affect me?
Microsoft StaffHub is now available, and on by default, for Office 365 customers with any of the following subscription plans: Enterprise K1, E1, E3, E5 and EDU plans.
What do I need to do to prepare for this change?
There is nothing you need to do to prepare for this change. Users with a qualifying license can login and start using Microsoft StaffHub immediately. Managers who need to create and manage shift schedules for their team can login at http://staffhub.ms and get started. Staff workers can download the Microsoft StaffHub app on iTunes or Google Play and sign in with their corporate credentials.
IT admins can choose to turn off StaffHub for their organization by going to the admin controls at http://staffhub.ms/admin and toggling “Enable Microsoft StaffHub” to “Off”.
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