First things “first”

Back from DevCon and refocussing, as I think we all are. I’m trying the “desired outcomes” chart again (worked well when I worked it) and am reminded of Benjamin Franklin’s plan for each day:

Wish I remembered where I snapped this.
Wish I remembered where I snapped this.

Pretty cool. The days when I do the most important thing before I start reacting to email are by far the most productive enjoyable. The “desired outcomes” chart is here.

Featured Posts

Follow Along

Stay up to date with the latest news & examples from SeedCode

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check out some of our other posts ...

Improved Resource Selection

We’ve made some big changes to how you filter and assign resources when editing events in DayBack. These changes will make it much easier to

Suggesting Appointment Slots

Show Available Slots that Match Multiple Criteria Schedulers often look for gaps in their schedules to find the open resources for each opportunity. But sometimes,

Introducing Draft Settings Mode

Following up on this idea that people stretch themselves when they feel a little safer, we’ve been very focused on the customization experience for DayBack

New Longer Timescales for DayBack

Resource Scheduling Swimlanes You can now extend the pivoted scheduling view in DayBack to show items by week instead of solely by day. This lets

COMPANY

FOLLOW ALONG

Stay up to date with the latest news & examples from SeedCode

© 2024 SeedCode, Inc.