Your workflows may need to present users with choices in the form of custom dialogs. DayBack provides a straight-forward function to include dialogs like this in your custom actions and show dialogs when users edit events. This function offers a way to specify the dialog title, message, and one or two button options. However, needing […]
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DayBack Calendar does a great job visualizing conflicts in your schedule. But sometimes you may want to alert users when they’re creating a conflict. We’ve created a simple script you can paste into your copy of DayBack Calendar to help notify users when they’re creating a conflict. Here’s the script in action: Add Conflict Detection […]
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“Physical work is demanding. Risk of bodily injury lurks behind every task performed.” CIPSoultions provides injury prevention education and ergonomic consultations to mitigate the risk of injury. And they run their business on the same Agile principles we use when developing software. CIPS has ongoing contracts with clients, requiring a specific number of site visits […]
DayBack can be added to your Salesforce Lightning Experience in a variety of ways. In addition to Standard Lightning Tabs, DayBack can also be set-up in Lighting Console Apps and as a Utility Item, which we’ll be looking at in this article. (DayBack can also be set-up as a component on a Lighting record page […]