Filtering Schedule by ‘Shift Type’

‘Shift Type’ allows you to narrow down to view your schedule by filtering according to the shift types.

Yasir Ehsan avatar
Written by Yasir Ehsan
Updated over a week ago


The objective of this tutorial is to help you view your entire schedule by narrowing your schedule down to the shifts you want to see using ‘Shift Type Filter’ and help you understand different types of shifts.


From your     Computer
Applies to
    Managers and Supervisors

‘Shift Type’ under ‘Advanced’ on the left-hand side filter panel allows you to filter and view the schedule according to the shift types. Make sure you navigate to the appropriate dates to view your upcoming/past shifts.

Things to know before you begin:

  1. You must have a manager/admin or supervisor access privileges in Humanity to view all the filters under the schedule view filter panel.

  2. The left filter bar has a mini-calendar for quick navigation to any week or a specific day. 

  3. You can navigate the schedule to different dates by clicking the arrows found at top mid of the app.

  4. You can navigate the schedule to different views with the help of the icons listed on the right-hand side.

The scenario outlined in this tutorial consists of the following building blocks:

‘Shift Type’ Filter

Step 1: Click ‘ShiftPlanning’ tab from the top panel as shown in Image 1.

Image 1

Step 2: Click ‘Advanced’ tab from the left-hand side filter panel as shown in Image 2.

Image 2

Step 3: Select the type of shifts from the drop-down menu as shown in Image 3.

Image 3

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Different Types of Shift Type Filter

That’s it, and you will be able to narrow down the schedule view according to the ‘Shift Type.’

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