05 Dec 2020

Part 2 of 3 on creating attendees, invitations, and accepting invitations in DayBack. In Salesforce, the standard Event object supports a single owner by default. In DayBack, it’s typical to map the owner of the standard Event as the resource so individuals in the organization have their own row or…

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14 Nov 2020

Part 1 of 3 on creating attendees, invitations, and accepting invitations in DayBack. Why Use Google to Send Notifications? Email notifications were built into Salesforce Classic, but they’re getting harder to do in Lightning. Having Google Calendar send notifications for your Salesforce events is a great alternative. Even FileMaker developers,…

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03 Nov 2020

This is the second in a series of posts integrating DayBack Calendar with the Salesforce Lightning Scheduler app. In part one, we looked at how to customize DayBack to reflect Lightning Scheduler’s data model. This article will examine how to display a particular Service Resource’s availability in DayBack when…

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26 Oct 2020

This is the first of two articles on using DayBack Calendar with Salesforce Lightning Scheduler. DayBack can be used to visually schedule Lightning Scheduler’s Service Appointments with an elegant drag and drop interface, custom workflows, and scheduling analytics. In this article, we’re going to look at working with relating…

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19 Oct 2020

Automatic Resource Filtering

DayBack is designed to be customized, and you can transform both the way it behaves and the way it looks. KC Embrey’s latest customization adds a new button to automate resource filters. You might need this if you have many resources (people, equipment, or rooms) and want to see…

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17 Oct 2020

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…

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15 Feb 2020

Cascading Events in DayBack When working with projects, many times you may have events with dependencies. If one event’s scheduled time changes, you probably want any dependent events in the future to adjust accordingly. DayBack’s custom event actions allow you to have that kind of automated control over your…

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14 Dec 2019

Background DayBack offers its Salesforce users real-time access to their Google Calendars inside Salesforce. In this environment, DayBack can take advantage of calendar actions to link your Salesforce and Google records. In a previous post, we examined some more straightforward examples, but in this series of articles, we’re going to…

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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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