See your most important events in context: plot your Google Calendars, multiple Google Sheets, and your project milestones alongside your personal and family commitments.
(To use DayBack with Salesforce, please install a trial of DayBack from the Salesforce AppExchange).
Bring your own custom fields and columns into the calendar so you can sort, filter, and breakout the calendar by the critical columns in your Google Sheets.
Chart progress against your goals over time, balance your workload, and quickly see patterns that are invisible in traditional reports.
Check out these examples of how analytics can help you get at thinks like capacity and ensure you’re making promises you can keep. These examples are from Salesforce data, but it works the same way with data from Google Sheets.
1. Copy the URL from any Google Sheet.
2. In DayBack’s settings, select Google Sheets, click “Add New Calendar,” and paste in the URL.
3. For each calendar field like “Date,” enter the letter for that column in your sheet. Do the same for any custom fields you want to chart in analytics.
The calendar will reflect any changes you make on your sheet. These calendars also support all the features from DayBack’s Google Calendar integration.
Add data from Google Sheets beside your other calendars in DayBack: instructions for turning on Sheets.
Easily publish and share schedules and project timelines with folks outside your organization. The “share” menu in DayBack Calendar creates a public url matching your view.
Shares can include events from multiple calendars and respect your filters. What you see is exactly what gets shared, so you can share just a portion of your calendar, or share different pieces of the same calendar with different people.