The app that crashes! All the time!
The app that crashes! All the time!
How much longer for the iPhone X support? Meaning for the screen size...
This app is generally convenient to use, after reading other reviews I understand that creating an app is difficult and there are always going to be little kinks to get out. My biggest problem with this app is that the little red bubble that appears on the app when on the home screen doesn’t disappear even if you’ve opened the message or don’t have any. For example (and this keeps happening over and over), I switch a shift with a coworker or they’ll pick one up...it says I have a message, I click on the “messages”...it says you do not have any recent messages. Yet time and time again that little red bubble shows up after some time and in the app it keeps thinking I have messages. This is extremely annoying for people that actually read their messages, emails etc. to get rid of that little red bubble (on any app). PLEASE FIX.
Very dated, difficult to navigate interface that seems like a cheap version of better scheduling apps. Except it’s not cheap.
My work recently switched over to Ctuit. There’s some problems with the app that hopefully the developers can get worked out to make this a more efficient app. - We’ve got two locations and in order to toggle between them you have to get make four taps. A simple swipe up or to the right would be better. - If you want to contact a co-worker who is not working that day to cover your shift the app will think that if someone is working at the other location they could still potentially work and lists them as available. (And sure you can drop shifts and just leave them to ether but a quick text message to an available person is always quicker) - It’s really inconvenient that the app deletes schedules from the previous weeks. Multiple reasons why; checking with coworkers about projects, calculating your own hours, etc... - Why is the first thing you see the bulletin board? What company has ever actually used one! When the app is opened, the first thing we should see is the schedule. The little avatars are cute though.
Hot schedules is preferred but I like this software just fine The messaging system needs a different interface The time availability and request off sections could be better there seems to be a conflict with repeating days and just days you need to ask off for in advance for whatever reason you need Look at the hot schedules version and use a similar interface but improve upon it There should be a mark all as read in the messaging system because sometimes messages pile up and they're old and because you haven't clicked them they are showing unread But they're usually short and you can read them from the menu Mark all or specifics as read would be great There also seems to be frequent failures in the software when performing tasks Otherwise it is functional it just needs more work I mean no dis But it's true
By way of user-friendliness, and ease. The app isn’t very fluid or swift
Very confusing app especially to request off work, also a different choice of words could make for a better app and if you don't have service forget it!!
I speak on behalf of my staff. Comes off very dated , but I know what goes into making an app, so applaud the minds for creating it and putting their hard work out there. Unfortunately, it still needs a lot of work with fluidity, ui/ ux. It doesn't seem ready to be released. With the competitive market, this is hanging on by a thread. "Not intuitive and it feels clunky" . "Hard to navigate and wording in drop-down menu needs to be changed". "You have to press every option just to figure out how to request off a shift". My advice simplify, and study other functional apps . Hot schedules would be is good guide at to the direction this should go in. I have seen improvements,but just still feels very dated .
Quite possibly the least user friendly app I've encountered not just in the scheduling realm, but in general. There's a reason HotSchedules costs money... they know that if you don't pay for it, you're left with this dumpster fire instead.
The app is awesome. This is my first experience with having an app for schedules.
It's good man
Slow and cuts out several times
The app is so slow and there's always issues with connectivity.
This app is amazing as so easy to use! Keep it up CTUIT!
A 11 year old can make a more functional app than these garbage developers.
I never write reviews, but this app is so terrible, more attention needs to be brought to it. Not user friendly, not good for employees. It is a very shoddy version of hot schedules and should not be used!
my company switched from hot schedules to ctuit. I wish ctuit could have the full calendar view of seeing everyone's shift at the same time for the whole week. Hot schedules had that, unlike ctuit you can only see it by day and by job selection.
Not user friendly at all.
I work two jobs. Both of which were using hot schedules. One job switched to this app, making it very difficult to keep track of my full scheduling. Would be nice if it could sync to my calendar as well.
My company switched from HotSchedules too. This app is awful. You can't customize it, it isn't intuitive in the least (just like their back end systems), and you have to go back to the home menu for everything. Again, just awful.
This app needs auto pickup. Badly. Otherwise it's fine. Our restaurant switched to this from hotschedules. I found hotschedules much easier to read and navigate, but the only thing I absolutely hate about ctuit is NO AUTO PICKUP. Seems it should be easy to add that.
This app is not Apple Watch friendly our Managment recently made us switch over from hot schedules . Hot schedules showed all my shifts on my calendar on the app and on my Apple Watch as reminders I really like that a lot because I didn't have to go threw my phone to see what time I worked they really need to make this app Apple Watch friendly or at least be able to add my shifts to my calendar if I could I would go back to hot schedules
we just switched from Hotschedules to this and it's not very user friendly. the app is hard to navigate at times and it's hard to figure out how to do things. putting in requests for time off sometimes don't go through. also the view and set up of icons and repeating requests and availability seem to be hard to descifer for users. not a fan
The company I work for switched to this from HotSchedules. Very difficult and tedious to use. Unable to setup auto pickups if you're trying to get extra hours. Unable to see a full schedule of everyone for the week to see if I am even able to get another server to cover a shift of mine. Can't synch my schedule to my phone calendar. Push notifications don't work all the time. Can't make my schedule the home page. Can't see employees I'm working with. Go with HotSchedules if possible.
Save the money and go with Hot Schedules.
I'd rather have a paper schedule and a physical paper request off form. Doesn't link to google calendar. Can't delete msgs. Basically no options in settings. Can't message multiple job codes. Not user friendly. A step in the wrong direction for my employer.
My company just switched from HotSchedules to CTuit and it's been the worst transition. Hotschedules was simple, straightforward, and immediately easy to understand. CTuit is confusing and so poorly designed. It feels like switching from a Mac to Windows 98. My coworkers and I hate the extra steps you have to go through to do simple things like view your schedule or request time off. Additionally, there is no function to delete messages, and mass messages appear as individually sent messages in your inbox/sent box. There is no way to delete them (at least that I can find on this terribly designed app) so the homescreen always appears messy and chaotic. Horrible, terrible, no-good app. If you have the choice, go with HotSchedules.
It's perfect for me. I get lost but this is easy to understand
Wish the app could physically prevent me from being scheduled outside my availability, unless I was choosing to pick up a shift. I have been to easily scheduled outside my availability whose has caused problems
The layout is extremely basic and lacking creativity. I created my account from the app but whenever I try to log in from the desktop it will not allow me. There are better scheduling sites out there that I'm disappointed my employers did not choose instead.
Hot schedules is layer out much better
The functionality of the app is much the same as it was before the update, with some ui tweeks here and there. Time off is now broken, but the app doesn't crash as much so that's good right? **my issue was fixed promptly, app now has full functionality revised my rating***
Needs calendar sync, and also custom home screen. Currently shows messages upon log in( rarely used) would love to see my schedule upon log in. Good shift swapping set up, though.
I have tried several times to add repeated days off and still unable to select a day! The other way was longer but at least it worked! Had to write a paper schedule of what I could and could not work for my manager, let's hope she doesn't lose it! Also help button is not helpful... No place to get tech support for things like this!
wish we could sync schedule to calendar app on iphones!
No more issues so far, and it looks a lot better too.
Worked with hotschedules for a while but ctuit is also pretty great
Terrible and what is even worse is that the developer doesn't listen to feedback and fix the issues.
When go to look at Available Shifts, it appears that there are none even when there should be. iPhone 6 Plus - 9.3.1 (13E328)
Doesn’t sync with iphone calendar.
Definitely like that my job is now using this app but it needs to be fixed cause it crashes and then I have to re-download it.
Will not work on Apple iPhone 6. My company just switched to this from hot schedules and it will not load at all on my phone.
Doesn't work at all after updates.
Simply horrible. Crashes after every use, requiring me to re-download the app every single time. Work requires me to download it, wish I didn't. Boo.
I updated and now the app won't work at all.