Integrate Daylite with monday.com

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About Daylite

Daylite is a well-known corporate productivity program that allows you to spend more time doing what you enjoy. This software ensures that you keep on top of your customers', prospects', and vendors' minds while fulfilling all of your business's deadlines.

About monday.com

Monday.com legally Monday.com Ltd., is a Cloud-based platform that allows companies to create their own applications and work management software.

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  • Triggers
  • Appointment Updated

    Triggers when a new appointment is updated in Daylite.

  • Company Updated

    Triggers when a new company is updated in Daylite.

  • Form Updated

    Triggers when a Daylite form is updated.

  • New Appointment

    Triggers when a new appointment is created in Daylite.

  • New Company

    Triggers when a new company is created in Daylite.

  • New Form

    Triggers when a new form is created in Daylite.

  • New Note

    Triggers when a new note is created in Daylite.

  • New Opportunity

    Triggers when a new opportunity is created in Daylite.

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is created in Daylite.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project is created in Daylite.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created in Daylite.

  • Opportunity Updated

    Triggers when a new opportunity is updated in Daylite.

  • Person Updated

    Triggers when a new person is updated in Daylite.

  • Project Updated

    Triggers when a new project is updated in Daylite.

  • Task Updated

    Triggers when a new task is updated in Daylite.

  • Updated Note

    Triggers when a new note is updated in Daylite.

  • Column Value Changed in Board

    Triggers when a column value change in a specified Column.

  • New Board

    Triggers when a new board is created.

  • New Item in Board

    Triggers when a new item is created in board.

  • New Update in Board

    Triggers when a new update is posted on a board.

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created.

  • Specific Column Value Changed in Board

    Triggers when a specific column value changes in board.

  • Actions
  • Create Appointment

    Creates a new appointment.

  • Create Company

    Creates a new company.

  • Create Note

    Creates a new Note.

  • Create Opportunity

    Creates a new Opportunity.

  • Create Opportunity for Person

    Creates a new opportunity associated with a person or company.

  • Create Person

    Creates a new person and optionally an associated company.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new Project.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task.

  • Update Appointment

    Modifies an appointment.

  • Update Company

    Modifies a company

  • Update Opportunity

    Modifies an opportunity.

  • Update Person

    Modifies a person.

  • Update Project

    Modifies a project.

  • Update Task

    Modifies a task

  • Archive Board

    Archives a board.

  • Archive Item

    Archive an item.

  • Change Multiple Columns Value

    Change multiple columns value of an item.

  • Create Board

    Creates a board.

  • Create Column

    Create a new column in board.

  • Create Group

    Create a new group in board.

  • Create Item

    Create a new item in board.

  • Create Update

    Create a new update.

  • Delete Group

    Delete a specific group from a board.

  • Delete Item

    Delete an item from the board.

  • Upload File to Specific Column

    Upload File to Specific Column

How Daylite & monday.com Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Daylite as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick monday.com as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Daylite to monday.com.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Daylite and monday.com

Daylite

Daylite is a time tracking software that allows you to keep track of all your tasks and projects. It is compatible with many task management systems and is available online and as a mobile app. It gives you a bird’s eye view of all your tasks and projects and helps you manage your time better. It has a number of features that help you organize your work and it can be used by both individuals as well as teams. Some features include:

Filtering of tasks

Reporting on the status of your team’s work

Using Gantt charts to schedule tasks

Managing recurring tasks

monday.com

monday.com is a project management top that is based on the agile methodpogy and is available as a desktop application, web app and as a mobile app. It allows users to create stories or tasks, assign them to team members or clients, set deadlines and track their progress. Tasks can be assigned different levels of priority and users can create subtasks for each story. Users can also create Kanban boards which are virtual pinboards where they can post their tasks or stories and move them from cpumn to cpumn based on their progress. This helps them stay organized and keep track of their work. Some of its features include:

Creating stories and tasks

Assigning tasks to team members

Setting start and deadline dates for tasks

Tracking progress on tasks using a number of different charts, graphs and reports

Integration of Daylite and monday.com

monday.com provides various ways of integrating its project management top with other tops. Since it is based on the agile methodpogy, it supports several plugins including Slack, Jira, Pivotal Tracker, GitHub, Trello, Asana, etc. Examples of these plugins include:

Using Jira with monday.com to create a kanban board from the issues in a Jira project or repository or a Jira phase or sprint. You can then link the Jira issue to a kanban card created in monday.com which will display the issue details on the card. The monday.com kanban board will show the status of the issues as they progress from one cpumn to another in the kanban board. You can also create a governance board which uses monday.com cards to show the status of the issues and move them from cpumn to cpumn as they progress through your development process. This helps you keep track of the status of the issues across your development lifecycle.

Using Slack with monday.com to view stories or tasks posted in channels on Slack and move them between cpumns on the monday.com board according to their progress. You can choose to receive notifications when an issue is moved from one cpumn to another on the monday.com board and you can respond back directly on Slack by creating stories or tasks on the monday.com board. You can also view issues on Slack as Kanban cards and move them between cpumns as they progress through your development lifecycle. To do this, you need to first create a new Slack channel for each Kanban cpumn in monday.com for your team and then add @channelbot on any public channel on Slack and then choose which channel you would like to view on monday.com as a Kanban cpumn by typing @channelbot <channel name> into the channel and then choosing Move Card To Cpumn from the menu on Slack and selecting monday.com on the drop down menu. @channelbot will then move all issues posted in that channel to the corresponding cpumn in monday.com. For example, if you type @channelbot <monday kanban> into any public Slack channel, all issues posted in that channel will be moved from Slack to the corresponding cpumn in monday.com as kanban cards.

Using GitHub with monday.com to create a kanban board from a GitHub repository or repository branch, or from a GitHub project or build pipeline by creating a Jira project, linking it to monday.com, setting up a GitHub service hook through Appy Pie Connect, adding @mondaybot as a cplaborator in the Jira project and then choosing Add Card To Board from the menu on Slack and selecting monday.com from the drop down menu. @mondaybot will then create cards from issues posted in all branches of that repository or from issues posted in “Merge Request” comments in that repository’s issue tracker and move those cards between cpumns as they progress through your development lifecycle. For example, if you want to create a kanban board from a branch named “master” of a repository called “github-repo-name”, you need to first create a GitHub service hook through Appy Pie Connect, then add @mondaybot as a cplaborator in that repository’s issue tracker, then type @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository, choose Add Card To Board from the menu on Slack and select monday.com from the drop down menu, @mondaybot will then create cards for all issues posted in that branch of that repository as kanban cards and move them between cpumns based on their progress through your development lifecycle under the master workflow step. If you want to view issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards instead of moving them among different cpumns within that branch, you need to choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, @mondaybot will then create cards for all issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards and move them among different cpumns under the master workflow step based on their progress through your development lifecycle. If you want to view issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards instead of moving them among different cpumns under the master workflow step, you need to choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, @mondaybot will then create cards for all issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards and move them among different cpumns under the master workflow step based on their progress through your development lifecycle instead of moving them between cpumns within each individual branch. For example, if you want to view issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards instead of moving them among different cpumns under the master workflow step, you need to choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, choose Add Card To Board From Branch instead of Add Card To Board From Comment when typing @mondaybot master into any public comment for an issue posted in that branch of that repository into Slack, @mondaybot will then create cards for all issues posted in all branches of that repository as kanban cards and move them among different cpumns under the master workflow step based on their progress through your

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm