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@Anonymous there aren't any Shifts triggers yet but if you manually start a flow there are a few Shifts actions you can use to, for example, list all team shifts that have someone assigned to them and then update appropriate columns in a SharePoint list. You could also update an Excel table, but Shifts in the Teams web app can export a schedule directly to Excel (from Chrome only as far as I recall).
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Thanks for the info. I will mess around with these and see what all I can do. What I am ultimately trying to do is to track the total hours for different shifts to create a table like the one below. If you happen to know if this is possible, please let me know.
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