Podio is a project management software that provides custom features for teams of various sizes. They offer work management solutions to streamline workflow and implement better collaboration. We compiled Podio reviews from around the web and found that Podio has mostly positive ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
Podio Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Fair
Customer Service: Good
Summary of Podio Reviews
What Podio does well:
Users who gave Podio a positive review liked how customizable and flexible it is, making it possible to fit every business’ needs.
What Podio does not do well:
There weren’t a lot of negative reviews about Podio, but some users who wrote down their cons said that it may be difficult for some to initially set it up since there are a lot of moving parts that need to be understood.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site G2 Crowd loves how flexible the Podio platform is. She said she constantly needs to track progress on a variety of different projects, and she’s able to do that by creating custom apps for the exact metrics to meet her benchmarks. She said the task tool makes it easy to delegate, identify what to do each day, and make progress on all of her projects at the pace that fits her needs.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A reviewer from Capterra said that they needed someone to learn and understand all the processes first, take the time to create each app and item configuration, and then explain it to everybody else. He said there are so many possibilities when using the software that users could end up complicating the workflow too much and make it even more difficult to implement.
Other Podio Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Podio reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Oct 16, 2017|
Podio has four pricing plans available — Basic, Plus, Premium, and Enterprise. Monthly fees range between $9 and $24 per employee for the first three plans, while the Enterprise plan requires a custom quote. Users who subscribe annually get discounted pricing. The main differences between the plans include priority support, large file storage, and visual reports.
|Light User Roles|
|Advanced Workflow Orchestration|
|Upload Large Files|
|Third Party Integrations|
+ Priority Support
Light User Roles are assigned to external collaborators like clients, partners, and freelancers. This role doesn’t allow the user to modify the apps in any way or invite other people into the workplaces. In addition, these limitations to external users can only be implemented if the facilitating company has a custom domain name — Podio screens users using the domain they’re registering with.
Other Podio features include:
- Meeting scheduling
- Data Visualization
- Social Collaboration
- Task Management
- Integrated Chat
- Connected CRM