View your users’ schedules side-by-side or create “users” for any resource you need to schedule. A resource can be anything in your company that gets over-scheduled–people, equipment, rooms–or a mix of things.
Resources are shown as rows or columns, where you can drag events between them to balance your schedule and reassign items in Basecamp.
Create as many color coded statuses a you need to picture your workflow and then filter the calendar down to just the statuses that matter.
Horizon view let’s you do your daily work at longer time scales so deadlines don’t sneak up on you.
Unlike month and week views that can keep critical milestones offscreen, Horizon view keeps your whole plan in focus.
DayBack shows your Google Calendar items and your Basecamp schedules in the same view so that you have one place from which to make your scheduling decisions. You can create and edit both Google and Basecamp items from within DayBack.
Easily publish and share project timelines with folks outside your company.
The “share” menu in DayBack Calendar creates a public url matching your view: shares can include events from multiple projects and respect your filters. What you see is exactly what gets shared, so you can easily share just a part of your schedule.
Changes made inside DayBack Calendar are automatically synced to the share in realtime. Manual updates will sync changes made outside of DayBack (including change made in Basecamp pages), and bring in new items that weren’t part of the original share.
Everyone says they’re busy, but few of us are actually making headway on what’s most important to us. Life feels like it happens to us, instead of like something we’re creating.
Our calendars are failing us.
The traditional month-grid calendar layout (think iCal and Google Calendar) was designed hundreds of years ago to help people plant crops and pay taxes. It can’t distinguish between routine events and the things that are truly important. It can’t easily show events from disparate calendars beside each other, won’t let you share just part of your schedule, and by only showing a single month at a time it lets deadlines sneak up on you.
Most of us see our schedule as a depiction of our bondage. Make it a tool for staking out your freedom.