[TheThinkTank] Shift Calendar

Alexander Lazar alexandazar at gmail.com
Wed Dec 4 12:24:35 PST 2019


https://www.notion.so/ is super useful for being basically a nicer version
of google docs/sheets/calendar. See:
https://www.notion.so/Editorial-Calendar-f7ed99c0c877446ba73dd696319383bc

https://airtable.com/ and https://coda.io/ are also solid from what people
have told me but I don't have as much direct experience.

On Wed, Dec 4, 2019 at 3:10 PM Gabriel Trainer <getrainer at bikefarm.org>
wrote:

> Hey Rosa!
>
> Thanks all for the suggestions, I'm going to stick with Google Sheets for
> now as it seems the easiest for repeatability and being able to easily
> print out is essential. I will look into these other options if
> spreadsheets stops working for Bike Farm.
>
> On Wed, Dec 4, 2019 at 3:31 AM Cicloficina dos Anjos <anjos at cicloficina.pt>
> wrote:
>
>> typo:  poll.disroot.org
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Dec 4, 2019 at 11:30 AM Cicloficina dos Anjos <
>> anjos at cicloficina.pt> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Gabriel :)
>>> We are using Framadate, host at polls.disroot.org
>>> Unlike doodle, this one is editable for example in hours - you can write
>>> whatever you want, like "opening"/ "help"/ "closing". It has a lot of
>>> options and one of them is everyone can edit any row.
>>> It's not perfect, but it works, and no login is required.
>>>
>>> Example here:  https://poll.disroot.org/cicloficina
>>>
>>> Rosa
>>>
>>>
>>> *Cicloficina dos Anjos*
>>> Rua Dr. Almeida Amaral 15A, Lisboa
>>> anjos at cicloficina.pt
>>> www.cicloficina.pt
>>> fb.com/cicloficina.anjos <http://facebook.com/cicloficina.anjos>
>>> instagram.com/cicloficina.anjos
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 10:29 PM Jack Murphy <jack at bikewalkwichita.org>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Volunteers for Salesforce works great for this, though we don't do
>>>> anything fancy for shift checkin - just  page on a clipboard and a
>>>> volunteer entering hours in once the shift starts. We trade parts for time,
>>>> so tracking hours accurately was key. I did add the functionality to check
>>>> hours (total hours = vol hours - hours spent) but out of the box it works
>>>> easy enough. Shift signup up on website works ok, especially for new
>>>> people. Once folks start showing up they don't signup beforehand much.
>>>> Jack Murphy
>>>> Bike Walk Wichita
>>>>
>>>> On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 2:09 PM Gabriel Trainer <getrainer at bikefarm.org>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>> Bike Farm is looking to keep an ongoing monthly shift calendar to keep
>>>>> track of who has signed up for a volunteer shift and which shifts need
>>>>> help. It would need to be viewable and editable by anyone. Does anyone know
>>>>> of something besides Google spreadsheets or calendar that would work for
>>>>> this purpose?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks for the help,
>>>>> Gabriel
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>>>> Jack at BikeWalkWichita.org
>>>>
>>>>
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