Add dialogues that prompt the user to make a choice, or to request additional information. This example asks users who asked for an event to be rescheduled.
Shows a simple custom form when an individual clicks on an event. This can be used internally to gather information when an individual is scheduling an appointment. This feature can be used in public calendars to request information during appointment self-scheduling.
Balance your workflow by breaking out swimlanes using any custom field. This is a built-in feature on Horizon view (DayBack’s gantt chart).
Instead of creating a permanent bookmark, this button action can be used to create a temporary bookmark to a particular view of your calendar; it’s a quick way to share views internally within your organization.
Adds a custom menu allowing you to change the default calendar source that will be used when new events are created. Quickly schedule new events of the same type or location. This action can be customized to select event templates as well.