View Full Schedule on Mobile App (Read carefully)
I have seen this suggestion 2 times but the I think there is a communication break down on what is being requested vs what is a current feature.
We are looking to have a Single view from the App where we can see All Employees, at the same time, on one screen, for the day.
We understand that you can go employee by employee but that is not what is being requested. I know for our use case this individual viewing does not do much as we we work in teams of at least 2-4 people.
Having a way to see everything going on without having to switch would be super great.
Thanks for the great suggestion, Kevin! Let’s let folks vote with you on this idea, and our development team can look to add it to ClockShark in a future update if it receives support. Of course, if you have any other suggestions or ideas, please just let me know @ email@example.com. :)
Jason Gonzalez commented
Reading through the suggestions I noticed many request to Clock Shark in reguards to the schedule view feature. Several times ClockShark said that what they requested was available or is now available. I believe that it was not. From the view as any app user; Admin , Employee or Foreman you should be able to see the schedule as it shows on the desktop. Or something similar where it shows the job with all employees listed. For instance a Foreman gets his message that the schedule is available and then he has to click on all of the employees to see who works with him. Same for the employee , they have to search for who they work with. Say for instance the Admin wants to do the same. This takes a lot longer and it makes it harder to move crews or employees around if necessary or change the work force at a certain job site without going to the desktop.
I wish to throw my strong support against this and will have all of my staff vote as well. Allow a mobile user to select a particular day and see all of their co-workers assigned jobs for that day would be extremely helpful by allowing workers to coordinate between them without searching each worker's job assignments.