A Team Communication App Built For Everyone
Free Mobile App for Effective Team Communication
Put the employee schedule in your pocket
View the schedule and make changes from your phone. Sync to your phone calendar automatically.
Send shift notes & reminders to reduce no shows
Your team will never forget their shift again with shift reminders before they work.
Real-time store views for managers
See who is working and track your labor costs with real-time employee time tracking.
Easy app messaging for your busy team
Homebase allows you to communicate without sharing information or searching for phone numbers. You can message your managers, the whole team, the people working today, or any of your co-workers directly.
- Send messages without texts or emails.
- Set up groups or message a co-worker.
- Get read-receipts, send your location, post pictures, and more.
Put your information in one place
Homebase keeps your team organized over time and across shifts. Use the Manager Log to track information, and put events and notes right on the schedule.
- Put your Manager Log online.
- Track shift notes and events.
- Send a blast message to everyone by email.
“Communication is key to employee success, and with Homebase, everyone is on the same page.”
The Point Skate Shop
Start saving time now
Keeping everyone on your team on the same page can be time-consuming. Homebase offers a few different team communication tools to help share information quickly. Employees can chat with the whole team or individuals using the free Homebase app (the same place they’d go to check their schedules). These messages are free, unlike text messages on some mobile plans, and no one needs to share their phone numbers. It’s a team communication app integrated into your scheduling app.
Managers can communicate with each other using the manager log book, even if they don’t have any shifts that overlap, in a categorized and searchable log book. They can make notes about maintenance issues, private parties, cleaning notes, and anything else they need to share with other managers.
And when scheduling employees, managers can also leave shift notes, which are delivered when the schedule is published. You can use shift notes to let an individual employee know if there’s something unique about this particular shift, like if they’re training a new cashier.