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MC682302 – (Updated) Microsoft Teams: Excel import enhancements in Shifts app (archived)

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check before: 2023-11-02

Product:

Microsoft 365 Apps, Teams, Teams Shifts

Platform:

Android, iOS, US Instances, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Feature update, Updated message, User impact

Links:

169705

Details:

Updated November 27, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
We are thrilled to announce exciting product enhancements to our import and export Excel experiences in Shifts designed to empower frontline managers to achieve more.
Here’s what this feature includes:
Import a schedule includes time off and open shifts:
Frontline managers can import assigned shifts, time offs and open shifts through the same Excel file into Shifts. There will be different worksheets for those 3 entities that managers will require to fill in according to what is wished to be imported.
To respect Shifts settings, open shifts won’t be synced to Shifts calendar when imported through Excel whenever the open shift setting is disabled for a team.
'Export in a format that can be imported’ includes open shifts and time-offs:

Frontline managers can export, for a specific period, a schedule that might include assigned shifts, time offs and open shifts.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 169705
[When this will happen:]
We will begin rolling out mid-November 2023 and expect to complete by mid-December 2023.

Change Category:
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Scope:
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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-10-19

updated:
2023-11-28

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DatePropertyoldnew
2023-11-28MC MessagesWe are thrilled to announce exciting product enhancements to our import and export Excel experiences in Shifts designed to empower frontline managers to achieve more.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 169705
[When this will happen:]
We will begin rolling out mid-November 2023 and expect to complete by late February 2024.
Updated November 27, 2023: We have updated the content below with additional information. Thank you for your patience.
We are thrilled to announce exciting product enhancements to our import and export Excel experiences in Shifts designed to empower frontline managers to achieve more.
Here’s what this feature includes:
Import a schedule includes time off and open shifts:
Frontline managers can import assigned shifts, time offs and open shifts through the same Excel file into Shifts. There will be different worksheets for those 3 entities that managers will require to fill in according to what is wished to be imported.
To respect Shifts settings, open shifts won’t be synced to Shifts calendar when imported through Excel whenever the open shift setting is disabled for a team.
'Export in a format that can be imported’ includes open shifts and time-offs:

Frontline managers can export, for a specific period, a schedule that might include assigned shifts, time offs and open shifts.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 169705
[When this will happen:]
We will begin rolling out mid-November 2023 and expect to complete by mid-December 2023.
2023-11-28MC TitleMicrosoft Teams: Excel import enhancements in Shifts app(Updated) Microsoft Teams: Excel import enhancements in Shifts app
2023-11-28MC Last Updated10/19/2023 01:36:452023-11-27T21:08:15Z
2023-11-28MC MessageTagNamesFeature update, User impactUpdated message, Feature update, User impact

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