Print your StaffHub or Shifts schedule

Important: Effective October 1, 2019, Microsoft StaffHub will be retired. We're building StaffHub capabilities, including schedule and task management, into Microsoft Teams. To learn more, read Microsoft StaffHub to be retired.

Last updated: 11 Jan, 2019

We want to help make sure you get the most out of print outs with StaffHub and Shifts. Below you can learn how to save your schedule as a PDF file and print your schedule onto one page.

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Google Chrome

How to save your schedule as a PDF file:

  1. In StaffHub, click Print on the command bar. 

    Print button
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print at the top right.

  2. Click "Change..." for the Destination 

  3. Click "Save as PDF" under Local Destination

    Save as PDF

How to fit your schedule onto one page:

  1. In StaffHub, click the dropdown next to Print on the command bar and select Scale to one page option. Please make sure after you turn it on, the page settings are your desired settings in the drop down.

    Scale to one page
    -OR-

    In Shifts, click Print  Print , and then Scale to one page in the dropdown, and then Print scaling.

  2. In either app, press Print and remember to make sure your printer settings are the same as the ones you selected in the scale to one page drop down.

  3. Double check your scale percentage and make sure it's 100%.

Internet Explorer

How to save your schedule as a PDF file:

  1. In StaffHub, Click Print on the command bar.

    Print button
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print at the top right.

  2. Choose Microsoft Print to PDF.

How to fit your schedule onto one page:

  1. In StaffHub, click the dropdown next to Print on the command bar and select Scale to one page. Please make sure after you turn it on, the page settings are your desired settings in the drop down.

    Scale to one page
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print , and then Scale to one page in the dropdown, and then Print scaling.

  2. In either app, click Print and remember to make sure your printer settings are the same as the ones you selected in the scale to one page drop down. 

Microsoft Edge

How to save your schedule as a PDF file:

  1. In StaffHub, click Print on the command bar.

    Print button
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print at the top right.

  2. Choose Microsoft Print to PDF under Printing.
     

How to fit your schedule onto one page:

  1. In StaffHub, click the dropdown next to Print on the command bar and select Scale to one page. Please make sure after you turn it on, the page settings are your desired settings in the drop down.

    Scale to one page
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print , and then Scale to one page in the dropdown, and then Print scaling.

  2. In either app, click Print and remember to make sure your printer settings are the same as the ones you selected in the scale to one page drop down. 

  3. Double check your scale percentage and make sure it's Shrink to fit and not any other value.

Mozilla Firefox

How to save your schedule as a PDF file:

  1. In StaffHub, press Print on the command bar.

    Print button
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print at the top right.

  2. Choose Microsoft Print to PDF under Name.
     

How to fit your schedule onto one page:

  1. In StaffHub, click the dropdown next to Print on the command bar and select Scale to one page. Please make sure after you turn it on, the page settings are your desired settings in the drop down.

    Scale to one page
    -OR-
    In Shifts, click Print  Print , and then Scale to one page in the dropdown, and then Print scaling.

  2. In either app, click Print and remember to make sure your printer settings are the same as the ones you selected in the scale to one page drop down. 

Tip: Try pressing Ctrl + Print to separate groups onto different pages.

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