In Podio, we have two definitions that could be a bit confusing: Employee Network vs Employee.
This article will help you understand better the differences between these two and help clear up any confusion you may have.
Podio will consider you an Employee Network member if you have an email that matches the domain registered in your Podio organization. For example, kelley@MyCompany.com will be added to the Organization that Support has added the MyCompany.com domain.
So, if a user has an email domain matching the domain in the Podio organization, Podio will automatically add this user to the Employee Network and become an Employee Network member.
You can add an unlimited amount of co-workers from your company to your Employee Network. They can also join it by signing up for Podio using the same company e-mail address.
How do I make someone an Employee?
Paid plans: Manually add the user to a workspace, then they will become an Employee as long as they have the company's domain.
Free plans: If the user, besides being a member of the Employee Network, also is a member of any other Workspace in the Podio organization, Podio will consider this user as an Employee
How do I find who's in my Employee Network?
Go to your Organization on the left and click Employee Network.
At the top you'll see how many people are in the Employee Network. To see a list of users, click the wrench icon > Manage Members.
If you want to see who's considered an Employee vs Employee Network in your entire Organization, go to your User Management page. Please note: User Management is only available for paid plans.