Sometimes, it's the small things that matter most. Following feedback from customers we have released an interface update to our iOS and online platforms when you first login to your accounts.
Instead of showing, the overall number of days or hours to your next shift, we have put more emphasis on exactly when you are due in to work. You will now see the breakdown in Days, Hours and Minutes.
This is also reflected in your next leave booking, and next event shown on your dashboard.
If you haven't already downloaded the iOS app, visit the App Store link below.
For those that have the app already, simply visit the store to update (unless you have auto-update set!).
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Title: iOS and online apps dashboard update
Posted: Friday, 11th Jan 2019
By: Tony Bushell
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/blog/ios-and-online-apps-dashboard-update
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