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How do I see my employees' unavailability?
How do I see my employees' unavailability?

Use the web or mobile version of Sling to view unavailability

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Written by Christina
Updated over a week ago

This article was last reviewed on July 1, 2024.

With a Premium or Business subscription, you can look at the saved unavailability sets for employees by pulling up their profile details.

From the web, there are a few different ways you can access your employees' Unavailability details.

One option, starting from your Dashboard, is to select the Employees button, and click on the employee's name you wish to view.

Once you click on a name, you'll see a few tabs within their profile details, and there you can select to view unavailability.

This page is where you can also add a new set if you need to.

Another way to get to the Unavailability details is from the Schedule tab, where there is a tab dedicated to Unavailability that will provide an overview of the unavailable times for employees during the date range that is in view.

From this view, if you click on any of the gray blocks, you'll jump right to that set in an employee's profile.

From the Sling Mobile app, tap your More tab at the bottom of the screen, and select Employees from the list there.

Then tap the name of the employee you wish to look at:

Then scroll down a bit until you see Unavailability in the list.

On the next screen, you'll see any current sets. Tap on the set you wish to view details for.

From that screen, you can also select a set to edit, or tap the plus symbol in the upper right of the screen to create a new set.

Helpful links

Need help with editing unavailability? Or, do you want to enter a new set instead?

Learn how to adjust your settings so that changes to unavailability require manager approval.

Are you an admin or manager who needs to input unavailability for an employee? Check this article.

Want to watch how unavailability is set in action? Look at this video.

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