This is a follow up post to the Dynamic Markdown Tables in Podio post. Its a bit trickier to get a table from Podio to look nice in our Advanced Printing Templates extension. But i'm here to show you how.
The basic idea is that the columns of the table need to be a set width since the markdown format is not (yet) supported in Advanced Printing Templates. So i'll show you how to get this space in there, without unformatting the table in Podio.
I recently figured out how to make 100% Dynamic Markdown Tables in Podio. You can create tables with as many rows and/or as many columns as you want, and its dynamic (supports a variable number of rows and/or columns). It’s pretty amazing!
At TECHeGO, we’ve done more complicated versions of this kind of table, so if you want help setting up one or more custom dashboard tables like this, please feel free to contact us for help.
How much time does your company waste trying to prioritize projects? Does your team debate over what projects to start first, when to start projects, and why certain project should get more resources?
TECHeGO shows you how to calculate the time between two dates. It doesn't matter if you're using the same or different units of time. Check out our post to see how we break it down.
For customer #L-0493 we needed to pull a contacts email addresses into a calculation field and make it a mailto link. (a mailto link opens up whatever email client you have setup, and it puts in the receipient automatically) This was a bit tricky as calculation fields don’t support direct html. However they do support markdown, which is how we figured out how to get mailto links working!
This post will show you how to add line breaks when using Podio calculation fields. Adding a line break can be a simple task, but it’s definitely one you need to know!