While most of the smaller companies usually run as a single Team, larger ones may manage multi-offices, departments or teams spread around the world. For such cases, Teambook provides the concept of Teams.
A Team is basically a set of users that can be planned in a consistent manner, by dedicated planner and / or project managers.
This is very useful for eg. for organizations sharing a pool of competencies spread in different locations or business units.
This feature gives also large flexibility to handle different teams with different bank holidays or Time-off bookings.
While a user may be part of several Teams, Teambook will ensure that it cannot be double-booked. To do so, the bookings set in a Team will appear shaded in the other planning board of the other Teams this person belongs to.
When creating a Teambook account, an Example Team (named after your account's name) is automatically created. You may rename it by using the menu on the planner board:
If your company is interested in creating several Teams, you may simply create new Team(s) using the menu on the planner board:
Once a new Team is created, you may associate its members.
Note that the Team feature also enables you to report specifically on a give Team, a group of them or all of them:
Last, note that projects are NOT Team-specific and accordingly can be shared across different Teams.