DayBack calendars, resources, and events are organized into groups by default.

Every DayBack user is assigned to a group when they sign up for DayBack. 

  • When signing up for a new DayBack account, a default group is created just for them.
  • If the new user was invited to DayBack by an existing user, they will be assigned to the group for which they received the invitation.

A single user can access multiple groups. Allowing them to switch seamlessly between different digital work environments and to silo information from those that do not need to see it.

Group Names

Your DayBack group should have a name to help users who belong to more than one group decide which group to log into.

Group names are also used in the invitation email that new users receive when you invite them to your group. A group name is required before you can invite new users.

Note: While the same email address can now belong to more than one group, starting a new group (a new DayBack trial or deployment, for example) still requires a unique email address.

Salesforce groups that installed DayBack from the Salesforce AppExchange do not have group names, since those groups (orgs) are managed by Salesforce. All other DayBack groups, including Salesforce Connect deployments, have a required group name.

Note that you can't switch groups when logged into DayBack inside FileMaker Pro since a group's DayBack settings will only work in that specific FileMaker file. Folks using DayBack in a web browser can switch groups using the group selector inside DayBack's three-dots menu.

Switching Between Groups

You can switch between groups by clicking on the 3 dots menu in the top right hand corner of your calendar and selecting “My Groups” from the drop down menu. From there you will be able to see and select which group you want to switch to.