Setting a schedule and registering in advance
Employees can register for any day in the future by setting their schedule in the Envoy app. Adding a day to one's schedule holds a place in the workplace for that day. Employees will still need to complete and pass their health check before they are approved to go into the workplace.
Open up the Envoy Mobile app
You will see a section titled "Your schedule" and a calendar under the prompt to "Reserve a spot in the workplace"
Click View more and tap on a date you want to schedule
Click "Schedule" at the top
If your company has Envoy Desks you will be given a desk at this point.
You can view all others scheduled for the dates you choose as long as they have the option enabled
When the date you scheduled for arrives you will see "Complete health check" Rather than "Register" on the card at the top of the screen
✨Note: You can select as far into the future as you need.
Important notes for setting a schedule
If you use Envoy Desks you will be assigned a desk for every date you register in the future
You can change your desk and, if the desk is available (see important notes when changing your desk) for future dates, Envoy will give you that same desk in the future
If a date you wish to book in the future has reached full capacity you will not be allowed to register for that date
See which coworkers are scheduled to be on site
Click "View more" on the "Your schedule" section of the Envoy mobile app
Scroll down to view future days
You will see a number next to "people scheduled" if anyone has booked the date
Click on the modal and a list of all coworkers scheduled for that day will appear in a list form
You can also search if you're looking for someone specific!
If you don't see who you're looking for, you can invite your co-workers to the workplace.
Adjusting your schedule visibility
Click on your profile picture at the bottom right of the Envoy mobile app
Click the settings gear at the top right
Toggle "Allow others to see my schedule" off.
If you toggle this off you will still be able to see others but your colleagues will not know when you've scheduled yourself to be in the workplace.