04 Sep 2018

Calendar actions in DayBack let you add your own buttons to calendar events. Most folks use these to run flows, navigate to other pages, or connect with other apps–like creating a Zoom meeting for your event. But actions are also a great place to try out new code and…

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17 Mar 2018

You can add buttons and scripts to your calendar events with DayBack’s custom actions. These let you modify how the calendar works so folks can take action right from within the calendar. Now you can add these actions to shared calendars as well. This means you can do things…

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02 Mar 2018

Field Validation in DayBack Calendar If you have required fields in your backend–in Salesforce or FileMaker–DayBack will respect that and surface your error messages to users who leave those fields blank in the calendar. But sometimes those validation messages are a little harsh. Now you can write validation messages…

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05 Jul 2017

Create record-specific calendars with components from DayBack for Salesforce Using DayBack Calendar in Salesforce Lightning, you can show a project’s schedule on a tab for that project. Or show all the activity for a new contact right on a tab in that contact’s record. This is also a great…

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25 Jun 2017

Overview Custom actions in DayBack Calendar let you add your own buttons to events in the calendar. These buttons are a great way to extend the calendar’s capabilities and a great way to use custom actions is to interact with third party applications: like GoToMeeting. Note: if you’re using…

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11 Jun 2017

Background Our customers frequently want to share their calendars with folks who aren’t users in their Salesforce organizations: it’s one of the most common problems we hear about. This was one of the primary reasons for adding sharing to DayBack Calendar, and creating shares in DayBack is a great way to…

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19 May 2017

The latest in-app update to DayBack Calendar lets you include more fields inside the calendar. This is great for cases when you have required fields or validation that previously couldn’t be addressed by the default calendar fields. Having access to more of your fields means you can make more edits inside…

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04 May 2017

DayBack Calendar shows conflicts and double-bookings visually. But sometimes you’re editing events on other Salesforce pages and won’t necessarily know that you’re inadvertently creating a conflict. Wouldn’t it be great if Salesforce could warn you when any of your edits created a conflict? In this article we’ll describe two techniques for detecting…

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18 Mar 2017

PauseOnError is coming to Los Gatos, CA in May with new meditation and trail running tracks. SeedCode’s John Sindelar and Jason Young will be speaking. Check out the introduction to meditation John Tarrant wrote for the event: Outside The Known Territory: Meditation for innovators and engineers Skepticism and curiosity are…

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01 Mar 2017

Access more fields in Lightning Experience One of the features we really like in the Salesforce Lightning Experience are the Modal Boxes provided for creation and editing of records. They provide a consistent and attractive interface for the user, and although they’re not directly customizeable, they honor the record layout field…

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