Microsoft plans to retire its StaffHub app, replacing it with new schedule management features for shift workers in Teams, which the company touted as the fastest growing business app in its history.

The Redmond, Wash. developer offered up a variety of Teams-related announcements at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, from tighter integrations between a wider portfolio of Office 365 collaboration tools to new admin features and updated customer adoption data.

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Launched at the start of last year, StaffHub was designed to let managers set schedules for employees through a simple interface. Employees could also use the service – available to Office3 65 subscribers – to swap shifts and chat with one another.

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