Though I tried to use the online proctored exam, their software didn’t recognize my Logitech Brio, and so I was forced to reschedule and schlep across town to a testing center. Still, it was gratifying to pass on the first try.
Using bold, bold color combinations. Almost surprisingly so.
Logging into Integromat brings you to a migration hub, where you can instruct the migration to create empty parallel .
The company’s code less integration platform offering was always sound. It doesn’t have the breadth of category-killer Zapier, but when for some cloud offerings, the Integromat/Make actions list is on occasion more robust. And so it’s always worth comparing the two when a client comes with flexible requirements.
This new brand moves it away from the ungainly awkward core that admittedly inheres in Integromat towards something a little bit more new economy understand verbals with bold visuals.
Good work, Integromat/Make!
Out of the box, Podio/Podio Workflow Automation has a perfectly serviceable send email action — if you don’t mind generic, Podio branding.
This Sway details how a much more complex flow in Podio Workflow Automation coupled with waiting webhooks in Zapier can get that email template sent via Gmail — and then the merged content saved as an item in its own Podio app as well.
Link in the imagage above or here to launch the flow.
The Podio Product Roadmap call on the 19th was perhaps a little less impressive than I had hoped for. But I must confess that I like the colors on the UX Beta. And I’ll have to retire my well-worn, well-recieved line about how in a cloud platform industry on innovation overdrive, there stands the Podio User Interface, as if frozen in Amber.
My Wine & Spirits Importer Client project is moving ahead steadily. The data model for SKUs, Brands, Wineries & Varietals is coming together nicely, as is a Globiflow automation that looks up the producer based upon brand terms (sometimes 1:1 more often 1:many). Researching all the terms takes the time; adding it to Podio is what triggers the iterative search over the hundreds of SKUs.
My Tutoring of an Atlanta area Operations Manager for a Real Estate firm may pay a divident of a second such client.
Take a look at the Sway below.
One of Podio’s longstanding weaknesses has been dashboards and business intelligence visualizations. So I was pleasantly surprised to discover this app, ChartGrids.com
By drilling down through Podio Org to Workspace to the App whose data you want to visualize, you can combine charts from different apps into a dashboard. Right now it’s only bar charts. But area charts, pie charts and donughts charts are on their way.
Late last summer as Salesforce was upgrading its identity management processes for Trailblazer Community and Trailhead Training, when logging in, a bunch of my identities were consolidated, and a fresh profile page created for me. But the existing original profile page was the one linked to my Webassessor Account, which governs certifications. And I no longer had access to that. So, after much hue and cry, I finally got a case opened and set with Salesforce and now my Trailhead Profile displays my badges.
Next goal: a Super Badge and Sharing & Visibility Designer.
It’s nice to see for real that there are Podio users who are not in the Real Estate Industry.
Today on-ramping and securing my Google Workplace UserID. Next week: low-code platform integration planning and Podio customization.
This is a brief (in the extreme) write up with some lovely, lovely visuals. Click on the image below to launch the Sway.
Production and Sandbox orgs link to the same Quip/Salesforce Anywhere org. So when you’re knee-deep in testing triggers and flows in a sandbox, when one of your core change management colleagues messages you via an Anywhere chat, it appears in the Sandbox user interface as well — alerting you to the fact that some attention likely must be paid.
For my part, I appreciate this immensely.