Cheating with ProcFu

Scott Costello Blog, Podio, Tools, Tutorial Leave a Comment

If you have read any of my previous articles you know that I love me some Podio API.  However it is not something that your average Podio user can take advantage of.   Not even your advanced Podio users for that matter. The reason being is that it can only be leveraged by using other programming languages such as PHP and Ruby-on-Rails.   That is what I thought until I stumbled across a tool, created by the same person who developed GlobiFlow, …

Easily Backup App Data to MySQL Database

Scott Costello Blog, Podio, Tutorial 6 Comments

This will probably be one of the more challenging articles I have written.  The difficulty will be in guiding people through the different technologies in order to get this immensely useful functionality implemented for us Podio users. Being able to backup and access your Podio data for reporting, exporting and searching is invaluable.  These things are very difficult to do in Podio as your workspaces get more complicated with Apps linking to each other all over the place.  Plus the …

Podio: Preventing Duplicate Property Leads

Scott Costello Blog, Podio, Tutorial 5 Comments

One issue that does not really have a perfect solution is preventing duplicate leads in an app.  I run into this problem on occasion with leads that come from my websites.  Also from time to time from leads lists that I import.  In this article I’ll go over the possible solutions and the problems each one has.   The concept of keeping duplicate leads out of your Podio App is simple one.  Any property with the same address as a current lead …

Podio Thoughts After 3 Years

Scott Costello Blog, Podio 10 Comments

You can create an App to collect any type of data you want. Being able to create multiple apps and relate them together is incredibly useful as well. Once you have an understanding of how Podio works, setting up the Apps and fields is extremely simple. I can create one in less then 5 minutes. Being able to run processes automatically when certain actions (i.e. new lead gets created) occur is a game changer. I’ve setup multiple processes that literally …

Globiflow is affordable for the small business again!

Scott Costello Blog, Featured, Podio 3 Comments

A pretty cool thing happened the other day…Podio (Citrix actually), listened to the complaints of it’s users and brought back the lower level Globiflow plans. This is HUGE!! Ever since Podio become the exclusive re-seller of GlobiFlow back around January of 2016, the Podio user had to have a Premium Package with 5 user licenses just to get GlobiFlow. So you would have to pay a minimum of $125/mo to use GlobiFlow. I’ve left tons of messages trying to help …

REIFlow for Podio: Preview #2

Scott Costello All, Blog, Featured

Anyone who has used Podio knows that there is a learning curve when first getting started. This learning curve is much steeper then most other software systems because you basically have to develop your own system. Podio, at its core, is a development platform that makes it easy to create custom input forms and store that information in tables. If that was all Podio did, it wouldn’t require such a learning curve and wouldn’t be nearly as powerful. In my …