Organizing the view of items shared with an external users

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  • Official comment
    Carlos Hernandez

    Hello Everyone!

    Just wanted to share some alternative insight. :)

    You can share a "Data Feed" of items to external users using a Workflow Automation feature. This can allow for easily creating a custom view for external clients via "data feeds" from items in a Podio app. 

    For more details on creating Data Feeds - https://www.globiflow.com/help/creating-data-feeds.php

    Hope this helps!

    Best,

    Carlos/Podio

     

     

     

     

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  • Brett Morrone

    Hi Ryan,

    Thanks for your feedback. This would certainly be an improvement since the current "Shared with you" list in the workspace selector is sorted chronologically and as you point out, there's no way to filter by app or workspace.

    Please remember to vote so that we can add it to our list of things to work on.

    //Brett – Podio 

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  • Ryan Vickerman

    Any word on this? I think this would be an easy feature to implement...why wouldn't you want to organize shared app items for your guests instead of a jumbled list?

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  • Ryan Vickerman

    Radovid,

    You should check out http://www.wau.co/portal/ ...it's a great solution to this problem. The platform is still kinda' new but, they are working on a ton of new features. As an added bonus, Anders and his team are SUPER cool and very receptive to input and different use cases.

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  • Ryan Vickerman

    @Brett...that would be AMAZING. This would save me thousands $$$ in custom dev, as I am currently looking to create this very same feature for a client portal. How is this not a native feature?

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  • Cam Fou

    That would be great!

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  • Radovid Drobnjak

    Evaluating Podio Right now and missing the feature.

    We would like to create with it a ticketing sytem to share some info on the tickets with our clients, but not all.

    what we need is the ability of the client to have a simple (tabelar) overview over the project in course.

    The sharing option seems great for that purpose, but the problem is than when you share with the same client 100s of tickets ...

    The "Shared with me" interface becomes useless...

    With some simple filtering options, sharing would become a great feature for our use case.

     

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  • Ryan Vickerman

    I wish that Podio had this feature natively...I know this is simplistic to say but, I think that controlling which app views a user has access to would be the easiest way to do that. What gives Podio?

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  • Ryan Vickerman

    Dang...has it really been 4 years?! Four years that have I paid for my premium subscription....no meaningful advances? No useful updates? No new big features?

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  • Allan Valverde

    Hi,

    We have this in our Product input request.

    If you need something else at this moemnt, you can open a support ticket and we will assist!

    Thanks 

     

    allan.

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  • Jon Garrity

    Exactly the problem I am trying to solve right now. Working on client ticketing system, would like to allow clients to view an organized list of all open tickets.

     

     

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  • Karey Kumli
    It baffles me that Podio doesn't have a number of blog posts and instructions on how those who have been invited to several items can organize these items in their own Podio account.
     
    It would make so much sense if Podio would show to these recipients of few items, the Workspaces containing their items, only the Apps in the workspace that contain their items, and only their items in the apps. In that manner, their path to the item would be the same as mine, without all the other options mine shows. This would give us a common landscape, common pathways, and a common language between clients with access to the same item.
     
    When recipients of several individual items are not able to locate them within Podio, they are less likely to use Podio, to feel comfortable with the platform. They end up sending messages by email, WhatsApp, Messenger, text, instead of making the comment directly on the item. Then we have to put the comment in place on the item, copy-paste, like little kids with a glue stick. Redundancy is ever so inefficient!

    Some of our interns use home page tiles, taking the time to enter and name a url for every item, and grouping relevant items. Some use a heirarchical bookmarks folder in their browser. These workarounds require a big energy investment on the part of the client, and likely make them rather Uninclined to regard Podio as an efficient way to organize workflows.

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