Daycast + Email: How It Might Work

Forward email or send your own to me [at] daycast [dot] com and that email’s subject line becomes a potential task in your email-sourced feed in Daycast. From there, add it to any day with just a click. Only emails that you send to Daycast will appear in your email feed in Daycast.

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Daycast + GitHub: How It Might Work

We think this integration should import pull requests that you are: the author of, assigned to, a reviewer for, and/or @ mentioned. These pull requests would collect in a GitHub feed, and you could click to add them to your day plan.

If you have other ideas for how this could work, comment below or shoot us an email.

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Daycast + Zendesk Support: How It Might Work

If Zendesk tickets that are assigned to you were automatically imported into a Zendesk feed in your Daycast, you could add them to your day plan with just a click and track time against them. Unassigned tickets could also appear in your feed, but in a way that differentiates them from tickets that are explicitly yours to manage.

Got other ideas for using Daycast and Zendesk Support together? Comment below or email directly.

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Daycast + Slack: How It Might Work

We can think of lots of possibilities here. Status syncing, for one: Changing your status in one updates it in the other as well. You should also be able to create Daycast tasks from Slack. We’ve also thought about generating URLs in Daycast that would bring the user to a Slack channel or a DM with a teammate.

Got other ideas for using Daycast and Slack together? Comment below or email directly.

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Daycast + Zapier: How It Might Work

The possibilities are—well, not endless, perhaps, but certainly myriad. If we build a Zapier integration, Daycast users will be able to connect Daycast with any of the 1,500+ apps that also have a Zapier integration. For example, a JIRA user could automatically add new issues to a feed in Daycast. A Basecamp user could send time tracked in Daycast to Basecamp via Zapier. And so on….

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Daycast + Asana: How It Might Work

Asana tasks are automatically imported into Daycast where you can add them to your plan and log time against them. We envision collecting your Asana tasks in a feed in the Forecast Your Day panel and organizing them by project. Tasks due on the current day in Daycast will be recognizable by the Asana “today” glyph.

(Think this integration should work differently? Let us know! Comment below or email directly.)

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Daycast + Office 365 Calendar: How It Might Work

We envision the Office 365 Calendar integration working much the same way as our existing Google Calendar integration does. Once integrated, Office 365 Calendar events will appear in your Daycast as suggestions. You’re free to add, hide, or ignore these suggestions as you see fit.

Office 365 Calendar and Daycast work together to make day planning, time tracking, and overall time management easier.
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Daycast + FreshBooks: How It Works

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Not planning to use FreshBooks? No problem. You can integrate Daycast with other great tools or use it on its own. Either way, Daycast will help you make the most of your greatest asset: your time.