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 a scheduling grid but don’t want to see blank rows for all the resources that don’t have any appointments. Here’s how it works:
In DayBack’s documentation, you’ll find lots of example actions you can copy and paste into your DayBack. There are three kinds of action examples:
- Button actions – triggered by a button you create
- Event actions – that run when you do something to an event: like create, edit, or delete it.
- App actions – these run when you take action in the calendar interface, like select a filter.
Add this to your DayBack
We’re happy to write custom actions for you as part of an implementation package for DayBack; just let us know what you’d like your calendar to do for you.