Track billable hours, add stories to your day plan, and see your scheduled events—all inside Daycast.
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What if you didn’t need to check your calendar when planning your day? With an Office 365 calendar integration, you won’t.
Asana works well for your team. But you need to be able to tune out the noise and focus. A Daycast integration can help.
A Daycast integration would instantly allow connection with hundreds of other tools for Zapier users. The sky’s the limit.
There’s something you need to do, and the details are somewhere in Slack. A Daycast integration would save you the search.
Tracking time spent on customer support interactions shouldn’t be painful. With a Daycast integration, it wouldn’t be.
How do you keep the pull request queue moving without working reactively and fracturing your day? A Daycast integration.
This one’s for everybody: A Daycast integration will amplify email’s usefulness while minimizing time spent in your inbox.
Imagine: Thanks to painless time tracking and a seamless Daycast integration, running your payroll is a cinch.
You’ve given lots of focused hours to your client’s project. Billing for your time should be the easiest part. Daycast can help.
Kanban boards are great for managing projects, not time—that’s where Daycast comes in. If only the two worked together….
Story points measure effort, not time. If you could send time tracked from Daycast to Screenful, you could measure both.
You’ve got your work organized in Pagico. But now you need to focus and track your time. With a Daycast integration, you can.
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If an integration falls out of use, we retire it in order to refocus our time on integrations that are important to the Daycast community.
Our Basecamp Classic integration imported to-dos and projects into Daycast where users could add them to their day plans and track the time spent working on them. Sending logged hours back to Basecamp was as simple as clicking a button.