Pushing Podio

Fun Experiments pushing Citrix Podio to the limit so you can get more done.
... with a little help from GlobiFlow, ProcFu, and other friends ...

Thanks to Jordan from GameChangers for this video showing how awesome Email in Podio can be. Some highlights of their standard setup: all email goes into Podio users can share any email with the

Android Quick Podio Entry

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As much as mobile phones have promised to make life easier and more productive, they're a pain to use. I was frustrated with how cumbersome it is to get a basic note into Podio. Sometimes you just
Stop using Podio as a general database. If you need to deal with large amounts of data that you will never interact with on a daily basis, use a dedicated database instead. Just because you CAN use
Stop using Podio as a general database. If you need to deal with large amounts of data that you will never interact with on a daily basis, use a dedicated database instead. Just because you CAN use
I've recently found the power in the scan option of the Google Drive app for Android. The scans actually turn out pretty decently. Just when I thought this was great, I discovered that you can open
External Link Flows are a very powerful feature of GlobiFlow. They allow you to trigger flows from links and can show results to the user who clicked the link. These pages are pretty bland though,

Working with Arrays

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As ProcFu becomes more and more popular, I see a lot more people asking questions about arrays, about JSON, and how to wield them in GlobiFlow. We mostly do this when we want to interact with APIs

Mobile Friendly Markdown Tables

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Power users of Podio know the power of markdown in calculation fields. You can summarize all sorts of data and even present it in a nice tabular fashion. For example, here's a little calc field to
For Citrix Partners, it can easily be argued that Podio+GlobiFlow is no longer an online tool, but more of a development platform. Working in production spaces is difficult and error-prone, and
Podio has webforms built in, which allows easy creation of items. The problem arises when you want a specific person to provide some data. Having a form create a new item (a) doesn't allow editing of