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New Longer Time Scale for Pivot List

The pivot-list view in DayBack can now be viewed at week scales–where the swim lanes are your resources, and each column is a week. Previously, each column could only be a day, and the view was capped at 30 days. Now, you can use this view at scales from one day up to 23 weeks.

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More Improved Resource Filtering

Today’s update allows using GetAsURLEncoded on the value of URL parameters in FileMaker so you can use special characters in resource and status filters. We’ve updated the docs here to add a section explaining how to handle special characters in FileMaker.

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Save Configuration Snapshots

Today’s update also adds the ability to create configuration snapshots in Administrator Settings -> Tools. Configuration snapshots create a restore point for DayBack’s settings, allowing you to revert your calendar settings to a moment in time. Learn more here: Configuration Snapshots.

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New Admin Tools – Migration Assistant

This update adds a new settings migration tool for enterprise customers, allowing them to migrate their calendar settings between Salesforce sandboxes where DayBack is installed. Enabling this tool requires SeedCode approval, so please get in touch if this would be helpful for your deployment.

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Undo Edits with a Keyboard Shortcut (Shift + z).

Now you have more time to undo event edits in DayBack! When you edit an event in DayBack, you’re presented with a small toast at the bottom of the screen confirming the edit and offering an “undo” button. With today’s release, you can undo your last edit using a keyboard shortcut (shift + z). This continues to be available after the original button disappears, giving you more time to consider reversing your changes.

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Embed DayBack in Salesforce Flows

Let DayBack suggest appointment slots based on criteria entered into your flow or found in your lead (or opportunity) record. DayBack can be deployed as an Aura component for even more flexibility. Learn more.

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User-Specific CSS

We’ve published some example code you can use to change the look and feel of DayBack for specific users. For example, this is great for removing buttons or views from certain users or user roles. More here:

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Users Can Now Belong to Multiple DayBack Groups

Today’s update allows the same user (email address) to be invited to more than one DayBack group in DayBack online. This is not an option for Salesforce groups, where membership is controlled by Salesforce permissions. And it’s not available if you’re signing into DayBack inside a FileMaker file: since settings from different groups are scoped to their own FileMaker files. Learn more here: Group Names

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