29 Aug 2018

Overview Having switched from GoToMeeting to Zoom, we’re having a lot more meetings with customers since Zoom makes it so easy for new users to join the meeting. That means we have a lot more meetings to schedule and we needed a way to see our existing meetings on the…

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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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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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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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23 Jan 2017

A Scriptable Calendar DayBack was designed so that Salesforce Admins and Developers could extend it. And one of the more versatile extensions are custom actions. Actions can add buttons to your calendar events: buttons that modify your Salesforce records, trigger workflows, or trigger actions in 3rd party apps. Custom actions…

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