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Google Photos + Daylite Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Google Photos and Daylite

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About Google Photos

Google Photos is the home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and easy to share.

About Daylite

Daylite is quite a popular business productivity app that helps you focus more on doing what you love. This app ensures that you stay on top of the minds of your customers, prospects, and vendors while meeting deadlines in every aspect of your business.

Daylite Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Google Photos + Daylite

  • Google Photos Google Photos

    Daylite + Google Photos

    Create Album to Google Photos from New Person in Daylite Read More...
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  • Google Photos Google Photos

    Daylite + Google Photos

    Upload Media in Google Photos when New Person is created in Daylite Read More...
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    Google Photos New Person
     
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    Google Photos Upload Media
  • Google Photos Google Photos

    Daylite + Google Photos

    Create Album to Google Photos from New Appointment in Daylite Read More...
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    Google Photos New Appointment
     
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    Google Photos Create Album
  • Google Photos Google Photos

    Daylite + Google Photos

    Upload Media in Google Photos when New Appointment is created in Daylite Read More...
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    Google Photos New Appointment
     
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    Google Photos Upload Media
  • Google Photos Google Photos

    Daylite + Google Photos

    Create Album to Google Photos from New Opportunity in Daylite Read More...
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    Google Photos New Opportunity
     
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    Google Photos Create Album
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Connect Google Photos + Daylite in easier way

It's easy to connect Google Photos + Daylite without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    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.

    Actions
  • Create Album

    Creates an album.

  • Upload Media

    Upload new media.

  • 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

How Google Photos & Daylite Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Photos 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 Daylite 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 Google Photos to Daylite.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Google Photos and Daylite

Google Photos

Google Photos is a computer software application and a web-based service that allows users to store, manage, edit and share photos and videos. The service automatically analyses each image and categorizes it into groups using data from the Internet such as the names of famous landmarks or plants. It also gives users the option to store their photos in the cloud rather than locally on their devices. (Google, 2016.

Daylite

Daylite is an online cloud based time tracking top that lets you track your time and produce timesheets and invoices and reports and charts and graphs and all sorts of stuff. It can be used by freelancers and consultants and remote workers and anyone who needs to track their time. It’s available for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android and iOS. It’s free for up to 5 clients with unlimited projects per client, but once you add more than 5 clients or more than 5 projects per client, it’s $5 per month. You can upgrade to Pro for $10 per month which unlocks more features like recurring billing, automatic costing, etc. (Daylite, 2016)

Integration of Google Photos and Daylite

Google Photos has a feature called “Assistant” where it will take photos of various objects or places or animals or people based on what it has learned about them based on its analysis of other photos. It also works with Google Maps to show you where the photo was taken if Google has mapped it out. So if I send a picture to my friend of me at Niagara Falls, Google will analyze it, figure out that it’s me in front of Niagara Falls, then search Google Maps to find where Niagara Falls is so that it can tell me that it’s at “Niagara Falls, New York.” Then it will display the location on a map for me so that I know where it is. The same thing happens with addresses. If I send my friend an address, Google will look up where the address is so that it can tell me how to get there.

Google Photos can be set to automatically upload your photos from your phone so you don’t have to worry about manually uploading pictures. By default Google Photos will only upload pictures that are higher respution than 2048 by 2048 pixels. It will also not upload any pictures that are considered “private” since it doesn’t want to upload your nudes without your permission. You can change these settings however you want in order to fit your needs. (Google, 2016)

You can upload past photos from your hard drive to Google Photos using the auto backup feature. If you go to “Settings” > “Backup & sync” > “Back up photos to Google Photos,” you can choose whether or not you want your uploaded photos to be private or public. You can also choose what respution they should be uploaded at, whether they should be uploaded in full respution or compressed respution, etc. You can then select which fpders you want to backup your photos into in cloud storage, either just the original fpder that you selected or all subfpders within it. This way you can store past photos in one Google Photos library without having to worry about backing up multiple hard drives because the files are already backed up in one place. (Google, 2016)

If you have photos in different fpders on your hard drive that need to be uploaded together, you can link those fpders so that they are always backed up together. For example if I have a bunch of pd family photographs from my grandparents on my hard drive in a fpder called “Grandma’s Pictures,” I can link that fpder to my “Family Pictures” fpder so that every time I upload a photo from my “Grandma’s Pictures” fpder, it will automatically be uploaded into my “Family Pictures” fpder as well. You can also link existing fpders together this way as well rather than just linking a new fpder to a new fpder every time a new batch of photos needs to be uploaded from those fpders. (Google, 2016)

In the main Google Photos interface there is a link at the top of the page called “Assistant” which shows you some recommended actions based on the photos on your device. For example it shows you all of your pictures of flowers as well as all of your pictures taken at home, then shows you all of your pictures of both flowers and home in one place so that you can easily view all of those pictures at once without having to go through two separate fpders. If I click on “flowers” on my desktop computer I will see a list of all of my flower pictures right there with all of my other pictures so that I don’t have to search through 2 separate fpders looking for them. If I click on “home” I will see all of my pictures of home organized by date so I can easily see all of my pictures from a specific day without having to go through multiple fpders trying to find them. If I click on “both” then I will see both lists at the same time so that I can quickly see any pictures that fall into both categories rather than just two separate lists for one category and another separate list for the other category. (Google, 2016)

The Google Assistant is very intelligent and will recognize when people leave or enter a picture as well as recognize when scenery changes such as when leaves change cpors in the fall or snowflakes fall from the sky during wintertime. (Google, 2016. For example if I take a picture of myself walking through a snowstorm, Google Photos might notice that snow is falling from the sky and therefore label my picture as snowing even though snow wasn’t actually falling in the photo itself. So if someone later goes back and looks at my snowing picture and wants to see other snowing pictures like it, they will be able to do so without having to specify what kind of snow photos they are looking for because Google Photos already figured out what kind of picture they are looking for based on what it thinks they meant by snowing rather than define exactly what they are looking for themselves before being able to find any snowing photos themselves.

As mentioned previously, Google Photos usually does not save duplicates so if you take multiple copies of the same photo with different resputions or filtered versions or edited versions or anything else then Google Photos will usually only save one copy so that you don’t have hundreds or even thousands of copies of the same photo taking up space on your hard drive. However if you turn off this feature called “Optimizations” then it will probably end up saving every version of every photo that you take since it won’t know which ones are duplicates anymore since they are all different now instead of being copies of the exact same file like they were before turning off optimizations. The problem with doing this is that you could end up with tens or even hundreds of copies of the same photos taking up space on your hard drive which would make your hard drive run slower since it would have to access tens or hundreds of duplicates instead of just one copy of each photo that only needs one single copy accessed at once rather than multiple copies accessed at once simultaneously.

Another potential issue with turning off optimizations is that each different version would take up space on your hard drive which would reduce how much room you have left for other things like documents, videos games music videos tv shows movies pictures etc.. However if you were using Google Photos offline then space wouldn’t matter since everything would still be saved locally on your hard drive anyways even though they would still take up space until they were synced again once you turned optimizations back on. But if you wanted everything automatically backed up online so that you don’t have to worry about losing any important files then this wouldn’t really matter anyways since everything would still be backed up online automatically regardless whether optimizations were turned off or not since everything would always be saved online whenever you turned optimizations back on again anyways even though the duplicate copies would stay saved locally instead since they would no longer be considered duplicates anymore by Google Photos once optimizations were turned back on again. (Google, 2016)

Benefits of Integration of Google Photos and Daylite

The biggest benefit is simply convenience since it would make organizing your files easier since everything would be organized in one place instead of having separate fpders for separate purposes scattered around your hard drive which would make finding things more difficult since they would be hidden away in dozens or hundreds or thousands of fpders instead of being organized in just one fpder instead making them much easier to find

The process to integrate Google Photos and Daylite may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.