DayBack and Calendly DayBack can push events from other calendars to Google, so these events block out your availability in Calendly. DayBack and Calendly both use Google calendars as data sources, which allows DayBack users to maintain their Calendly availability directly in DayBack. Using some Custom Event Actions, DayBack users can set up automation to keep a […]
Blog: taking back your day
Calendars tell stories about our future–both where we need to be at 8:30 tomorrow morning, and what we should be working on over the next year. And they tell stories about our past: how we got here and what we intended to be working on. We’ve put together a series of timelines about the 2020 […]
The latest update to DayBack improves charting options when scheduling resources. On the Pivot-List view, you’ll now find an option to combine all the resource activities into a single curve when plotting activity against a threshold. This means it’s now easier to chart a team’s performance, instead of just the performance of individual resources. Here’s […]
Feeling incredibly behind lately, I was telling a friend that I wanted to take a couple weeks to set aside the distractions and work hard to catch up. She gave me some excellent advice. She said that sounded good, as long as I spent that time building systems, instead of just “doing work.” She meant […]
I asked him what he used his freedom for since he defended it so assiduously.