Shift basics in the app for employees

See your upcoming shifts in the Planday app and find out who you will work with on the schedule.

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Written by Saad Saeed
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๐ŸŽฏ For employees.

Are you an admin, learn how to Create and edit shifts here.

  • Please note that the screenshots may look slightly different between Android and iOS, but the process remains similar.

  • Make sure to use the latest Planday app and update to newer versions as they are released.

Shifts display your work schedule, including date, time, type, role, and department. You may also see breaks and comments if enabled by your manager.

See all your upcoming shifts

The Your shifts widget on the app's Overview screen shows your upcoming shifts per month.

  • Press See all to view all your scheduled shifts.

  • Tap a shift for more details about your shift.

  • From the top right, use the options button to access settings and manage your availability. You can also display open shifts you qualify for side by side.

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See the daily schedule and who you will be working with

In the Schedule tab, you'll find an overview of shifts for you and your colleagues. Click on any shift to see more information.

  • If it's your future shift, you'll have options to swap, transfer, or sell it using the blue round icons. These options disappear if the shift is in progress or doesn't belong to you.

  • Shift details breakdown including:

    • Total shift duration

    • Start and end times

    • Breaks (if any)

    • Shift type

  • You can hide the shift details by pressing the collapse icon.

  • At the bottom, you can see which colleagues are working that day with you in the same department.

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Need more help?

Please search for answers in the ๐Ÿ” Help Center or watch our โ–ถ๏ธ video tutorials.

Reach out to the Planday administrator in your company or your direct manager if you need help using this feature.

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