Share your shifts with connections

An important reason to go to the office is to work together with colleagues. In Office Shifts, you can connect with your colleagues to see who's planning to be in the office when. Once you have made a connection, you can see the booked shifts of your connected colleagues, and they can see yours. In this article we'll explain how this feature keeps your privacy in mind, and how you can be in total control when sharing your shifts.

Creating a connection

  1. In the upper right corner, you can find your connections. Here you can send a connection request to your colleagues by entering their name or email address.
  2. Accept or decline a request from your colleagues – don’t worry they won’t get a notification if you declined.
  3. When you have a connection, you can see when your colleague is planning to be in the office.
  4. You can now book a shift on the same floor or area as your connections.
Your shifts are private by default, and will only be shared if you accept a connection.

Manage your connections

Receiving a connection request

Whenever a colleague wants to have a connection with you, you'll receive a connection request. New requests are indicated with a red dot in the menu. To see the requests, go to the 'Your connections' page.

You can accept or ignore a connection request. When you ignore a request, the sender will not be informed about this. If you do nothing, the request will be deleted after 30 days.

Delete a connection

Did you switch teams and do you want to see connections of other colleagues? Feel free to delete connections. Your colleague will not be able to see your shifts anymore. They will not be notified of the change.

Web Mobile app
Go to your connections page, using the hamburger menu on the top right. Click on the cross next to your connected colleagues to the delete the connection.


Booking a shift with a connection

See connections in overview.

Filter connections (only available on web).



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