Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) is an intuitive visual collaboration and whiteboarding platform for cross-functional teams.
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
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Triggers when a new appointment is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a new company is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a Daylite form is updated.
Triggers when a new appointment is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new company is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new form is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new note is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new opportunity is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new person is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new project is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new task is created in Daylite.
Triggers when a new opportunity is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a new person is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a new project is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a new task is updated in Daylite.
Triggers when a new note is updated in Daylite.
Creates a new board.
Creates a new appointment.
Creates a new company.
Creates a new Note.
Creates a new Opportunity.
Creates a new opportunity associated with a person or company.
Creates a new person and optionally an associated company.
Creates a new Project.
Creates a new task.
Modifies an appointment.
Modifies a company
Modifies an opportunity.
Modifies a person.
Modifies a project.
Modifies a task
First of all, I had no idea what Miro was until a few months ago when one of my coworkers mentioned it. Miro is a free software media player for downloading and viewing various video types. In addition, Daylite is a free desktop application that allows you to manage your tasks, contacts, calendar, and notes with Google. As a matter of fact, Miro integrates with Daylite Synchronization to have both applications work together. Basically, Miro downloads your RSS feeds and uses the Daylite Synchronization to update your Daylite contacts and calendar. The thing that got me interested in this topic was hearing a co-worker mentioning about how he uses Miro and Daylite together. Unfortunately, I have not been able to use Miro and Daylite since I have a Mac computer and unfortunately, Miro does not support Mac. However, I decided to do some research on the topic and see if anyone else out there has integrated Miro and Daylite or used them independently.
According to the Miro website (http://www.getmiro.com/i-dont-want-to-download-something), “Miro is a powerful and free application for downloading and playing video and audio” (Miro. That statement sums up everything that Miro can do. To further elaborate on Miro, I found an article called “Best 10 Free Software Players For Windows” by Christopher Cagle (Cagle. In this article, Cagle states that Miro is “the best free media player available today” (Cagle. This is because of the fact that it gives you more features than its competitors such as VLC Media Player and QuickTime. Some of these features include. “a built-in download manager with queuing and auto-play capabilities; built-in streaming abilities; and playlist creation and management capabilities” (Cagle. These feature along with the fact that Miro is free makes it really popular among many people.
When I first found out about Daylite, I heard about it from one of my co-workers. Daylite is basically a desktop application that allows you to manage your tasks, contacts, calendar, and notes linked to your Google account. Some of the features of Daylite are listed below. “Daylite synchronizes tasks, contacts, calendar events, notes, and more between your computer and Google Contacts/Calendar accounts” (Daylite. It also has some additional features that include “bulk operations for recurring events; task reminders; quick entry integration; searchable database; email forwarding” (Daylite. These are just some of the features that come with Daylite. There are several others including print options. These are just the main features of Daylite. I tried to find some articles online about how someone integrated Miro with Daylite but I could not find any. However, I did find an article where the author talks about how he uses Daylite with Outlook 2007. The name of this article is “Google Calendar Sync With Outlook 2007” by Sanjay Patel (Patel. In his article, Patel talks about how he was having problems with Outlook 2007 syncing with Google Calendar so he searched Google for a spution to his problem. He found an application called GConnect which allows him to sync his Outlook 2007 to Google Calendar. He mentions that since he has used GConnect he has not had any issues with syncing his calendars between Outlook 2007 and Google Calendar anymore (Patel. Also in Patel’s article he mentions how he integrates Gmail into Outlook 2007 using GConnect. He mentions that he puts all his emails into his Gmail inbox then uses GConnect to sync his emails into Outlook 2007 (Patel. Although Patel does not mention anything about integrating Miro into his day-to-day workflow, I think that Patel’s method would work very well with integrating Miro with Daylite because you could simply put all your RSS feeds into Gmail then use Daylite to sync it with your Google Calendar. You could even use Miro to download your YouTube videos or other videos from around the web so you could watch them later on your laptop or home computer.
The conclusion that I came up with after doing some research on this topic was that there are many different ways that you can integrate Miro and Daylite into your daily workflow. There are many different options that you could use including using GConnect or using Gmail as mentioned above by Sanjay Patel. Another option would be to use Daylite’s Task Reminders feature so you could add all your tasks from your RSS feeds into Gmail and then use Daylite to sync them with your Google Calendar. The last option would be to use Miro to download various videos from the web and then use Daylite’s Contacts feature to add them to your Contacts fpder on your computer. However, the only downside of using this option would be that you would not get notified when new episodes come out or when new episodes are released on certain sites such as YouTube. Therefore, I would recommend using one of the previous methods instead of searching for videos on YouTube and adding them manually to your Contacts fpder in Daylite because you would probably lose track of them since there would be no way for you to know when they were added to YouTube or other sites like Hulu or Netflix etc…
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