See your schedule clearly for the first time. DayBack is the calendar you’ve been waiting for.
Our tasks expand to fill any available time we have. The only way to make headway on our most important projects is to block off time: and then defend that time.
And you’ll only have the confidence to do this if you trust your calendar.
Saying “Yes” to something means saying “No” to something else. We make the best decisions when we can clearly see all our commitments in one place. DayBack keeps everything in view so you’re making promises you can keep.
Bring all the information you need into your calendars by creating custom fields. Control the formatting (date pickers, pick-lists, checkboxes) while all the data is stored with your event in Google.
Overlay all your calendars and still quickly filter them to see just what you need in the moment.
See all your Google Calendars at once–even those from different Google Accounts*. And see those along-side your Basecamp, Salesforce, and O365* calendars.
*multiple Google accounts, O365 and Jira calendar sources are coming soon.
The one-week or one-month focus of traditional calendars
DayBack lets you work at longer timescales so your most important milestones are always in view. And if you’re working on long-term projects like climate change, you need a calendar that takes a long view.
Chart progress against your goals over time, balance your
Easily publish and share schedules and project timelines with folks outside your organization. The “share” menu in DayBack Calendar creates a public
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
DayBack lets you add your own fields to Google Calendar, but there are tons of other customizations you can make.
Change DayBack’s CSS to remove objects, change colors, and make the calendar match the look of your other apps. You’ll find lots of examples you can copy and paste into DayBack.
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