How to Collaborate with Visiolink in Podio

2018-10-02 13:58:14 UTC

Say goodbye to emails and hello to online collaboration with Visiolink in Podio! 

Podio is a collaboration platform used by Visiolink for Project Management, Product Development and CRM. This short guide will take you through a few steps of how to navigate in Podio. 

After the first kick off meeting, your project manager will send you links to the following Podio item: 
- PID (Project Information Document) where you can state the information needed to build your app and upload icons.

When you click on the links, you will be promted to register as a user. Please choose a user name and password and you will be given access to Podio. 

When you are logged in, you will find the items shared with Visiolink in the folder Shared with you.  

Click on the edit button in the upper right corner and enter data in the fields provided.  Remember to save the changes, you make! For any future projects, the PID will be reused and you and your colleagues will have a complete overview over the images and information delivered to Visiolink

When you upload images, all sizes will be checked automatically. If the size is not correct, a comment will be posted below the item and an on-screen notification will appear in the lower right corner. Please upload a new image. A comment will be posted when all sizes have been approved. 

When the PID is complete Visiolink can start building your app. 

Communicate with your Project Manager by using the comment field below the item and share files and feedback.

When you collaborate with Visiolink in Podio, you will receive a notification and an email for each new comment or change made to the Podio items shared with you.

You can change the settings for email notifications by clicking on the Notification button in the upper right corner. Click on email settings and choose the settings you prefer. 

If you have any questions about Podio and how to collaborate with Visiolink contact your Project Manager

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