We love PODIO so much that we are moving our entire business to it! One of the things that's giving us trouble, though, is how to set up our seminar registration in PODIO.
We want to have prospects sign up for seminars in PODIO. We have two apps - prospects and seminars, with an app reference from prospects --> seminars.
Using the prospects webform embedded on our website (great feature), people can sign up for our events. Here's the problem - the webform gives them a list of every seminar in the app, including seminars that have already passed. So, in 6 months, a prospect who tries to sign up for an event would get a list of about 20 possible events to sign up for, creating plenty of confusion and potentially preventing them from signing up at all.
So how could this be solved?
Delete old workshops once they pass. This is not ideal, since we would love to have the old seminars available for marketing research (to know which seminars came from which seminar).
Improve the ability of webforms to change how they call data from an application (selectively reference only specific items in an app, for example), or have an event-specific capability not to be able to sign up for previous workshops.
Integrate with more sophisticated webform program, such as Formstack or Wufoo. These programs have conditional formatting in their webforms, so they can filter what gets referenced in their forms. The problem, though, is that these programs have a hard time integrating with PODIO (we have used a company called itDuzzit to try to connect them, but it gets really messy).
Any other ideas for how to solve this dilemma?