December 22, 2022
December Product Updates in Flamingo: Per-User Settings
Happy holidays, Flamingo users! Our last update of the year is a big one. We’ve shipped a feature that ...
We’ve just released a new, much-requested feature for Flamingo: half days.
Team members can now request a half day off through the app, as opposed to only being able to request leave in full-day increments.
The feature is optional, so you can choose whether or not to enable it in your organization.
Keep reading to learn more about how half day leaves work in Flamingo.
By default, you’ll find half days are disabled. However, you can turn this feature on in one click.
Just go to your organization settings (the Settings link in the header), toggle Half days on, and Save.
Once you turn it on, you’ll see half days as an option whenever you add leave through the web app, or add/request leave through Slack, if you’ve selected the date range of a single day.
It will give you three options:
Here’s how it will look when you request leave through Slack:
You can keep it as the default to request a full day’s leave, or specify which part of the day the leave request will apply to.
Half day leaves will show on the timeline as a half-circle, covering half of the day on which leave is planned for.
For reporting, a half day leave will be counted as 0.5 days in the person’s leave quota, like such:
We’ll also note in your daily/weekly Slack notifications if someone has requested a half day leave, and whether it’s for the morning or afternoon.
To read more about the half day leave request feature, check out this help article.
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