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When I Work Scheduling
When I Work, Inc.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Business||5.9.0||March 15, 2018||4.4|
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Version 5.9.0 released on March 15, 2018
*We’ve got out the exterminator and fixed 7 bugs coming from our app.
*Increased performance to make your scheduling even faster! Vroom Vroom!
Version 5.8.0 released on January 30, 2018
Various enhancements and bug fixes.
Version 5.5.0 released on November 01, 2017
*Improved schedule view and filter options
*New availability experience
*Various enhancements and bug fixes
Version 5.4.1 released on September 22, 2017
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When I Work is the easiest way to schedule, manage attendance, and communicate with your staff from your Android device and PC. Notify your staff instantly about their work schedule via text, email, and web notifications.
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KEY FEATURES FOR BUSINESSES
✔ Send email and mobile alerts about the work schedule
✔ Fill open shifts in seconds with email and mobile alerts to your staff
✔ Create, update, cancel, and publish shifts
✔ Monitor shift trades and time-off requests
✔ View employee time sheets
✔ View the entire business's schedule from your phone
✔ Google Maps integration to direct staff to their work sites
KEY FEATURES FOR STAFF
✔ View the work schedule anytime from anywhere
✔ Clock in and out for shifts
✔ View and accept available open shifts
✔ Request shift trades or pick up shifts from other colleagues
✔ Get directions to work sites
✔ View colleagues’ contact information
✔ Request time off
When I Work Scheduling Ranking History | Business
When I Work Scheduling daily app ranking in Business category for the last 30 days.
When I Work Scheduling Worldwide Rankings | Business
When I Work Scheduling rankings per country in Business category.
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