) on ShiftApp need their own User Account
so that they can log in
to check their schedule and login using the ShiftApp Mobile Apps.
You may have received an email from your shift manager with a request to join your workforce and it's schedules on ShiftApp.
Follow the instructions in the email and signup to create your ShiftApp user account.
After creating your account, you'll be emailed a link to activate
your account. Please click on this Activation Link
to activate your account.
If you're not already automatically connected to your workforce, or if you already have a ShiftApp account, then use the Job Invite Code from the invitation email in the add new job form.
A typical schedule view might look something like the annotated screenshot above.
You'll see both confirmed shifts (to which the manager probably won't be making any more changes to) and shifts with a draft status which are still being planned.
If your workforce
uses the ShiftApp Shift Agreement
feature, then you can respond to specific individual shifts.
You can indicate your Shift Agreement for an upcoming shift by clicking the accept button in the shift details box.
Many schedule managers like to see your Shift Agreement set to Accept
as an acknowledgment that you've seen the schedule and aware of the upcoming shift.
Depending on the workforce settings
set by your schedule managers, you might also be able to decline
shifts, or perhaps just decline
shifts that still have draft
You might also be able to pre-accept or pre-decline shifts to which you are not yet assigned. Ask your manager if they would like you to do this.