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 ...

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External User Projects

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A very common requirement is to let external users interact with your Podio data. Podio-native webforms allow creating new items, but beyond that, there is no mechanism to allow outside users to view

Restricted App User Access

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Have you ever wished you could allow some of your Podio users access to just part of the data in an app that they're not even members of? Take for example, expense claims. You'd want your users to be

Allowing Single App Access

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Have you ever wished you could allow users access to a single app in Podio without granted access to the entire workspace? With ProcFu's Mini Apps, you can easily create a window into an app that

Public Edit Forms

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Although Podio allows creating webforms quite easily, these can only be used to create new items. If you have existing records and want external contacts to edit (or complete) them, it is currently
Podio is amazing. The power is unprecedented. No other online work management platform even comes close. With such power come interesting UI compromises. Using Podio in your browser on a desktop with
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