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 ...

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
A common business requirement is to allow external customers to interact with Podio data. With the new $PFUI class in ProcFu it couldn't get any easier to allow your website visitors to interact with
Showing Podio data on a website is a common requirement. With the new $PFUI class in ProcFu it couldn't get any easier to allow your website visitors to interact with Podio data. Demo Here's a live
I've often wished I could scribble a quick diagram into Podio. When ideas strike, sometimes drawing is better than typing, and when you live in Podio, firing up other tools just creates confusion. If
In the GlobiFlow and Podio forums it has been requested often to be able to create an item, and then automatically navigate to the newly created item. This is possible if you are using the Podio
Do you have customers coming to your website? Do you want to be able to identify them and show them custom content? Then this post is for you. What we're trying to achieve here, is to let visitors to
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I often need to publish some arbitrary view from Podio to my Google Calendar. The use-cases are many, but often revolve around synching free/busy times etc. Although you can export a Podio Calendar,