The Schedule page

The Schedule page is the default view in Robin, which puts people first and highlights the benefits of joining the office when your teammates are in. It also gives activities & announcements a front-page seat - highlighting the importance of social, cultural, and community events at work. 

WorkWeek view 

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The web dashboard opens to an interactive weekly schedule that summarizes what's happening in the office that week to help you plan your workweek. This is where you can: 

  • Update your work status. 

  • Book a desk (automatically updates work status).

  • See a summary of who plans to be in the office each day of the week, with your favorites highlighted. Have you added favorites yet?

  • See where your teammates are sitting & book a desk nearby to join them. 
  • View your upcoming meetings. Hot tip: Connect your calendar to see if the meeting is happening in person or virtually. 

  • Discover activities happening in the office to join or organize your own activity to share!

  • Acknowledge and check your office announcements.

Hot tip! Preselect the days you consistently go in, and Robin will automatically mark you as in the office. Learn more here!

My Meetings view

You can use the My Meetings tab to see an agenda view of your events for the week with a laser focus on what's coming up next. If you still need to RSVP to a meeting, you can do that from here, or you can take additional actions from the side menu.2023-10-25_14-00-47.png

The Meeting Rooms view

New Meeting Room Schedule page!

Learn more about our new & improved Meeting Rooms tab on the Schedule page here!

The Meeting Rooms schedule is an overview of events happening in your office. Events will automatically show up for any spaces with calendars.

Hover over a time slot to see more information, or click on an empty space to book that time directly. To edit or delete an existing event, click on the space's name to open a full schedule with additional options.

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