ASP.NET MVC example of using Podio
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Podio ASP.NET sample application

This app demonstrates how to authenticate against Podio, and CRUD operations with item.

Preparations on Podio

To run this sample you must have the Leads app installed on Podio. You can find this app in the App Store here: You can use another app, but then this example won't work "out of the box".

Create an API key:

  1. Log into Podio
  2. Go to Account Settings in the My Account dropdown.
  3. Go to the API Keys tab and write a name and a domain for this app. It’s recommended you set the domain to localhost:3000 or similar while you are developing.


Put your API key, secret, App ID in the appSettings section of Web.config. The App ID should be the ID of your instance of the Leads app.

How to find the App ID and Space ID:

  1. Go to any item in the app
  2. On the header part there is a drop down named Actions
  3. Select 'Developer Info' from the Actions dropdown.


It’s also possible to work with Podio apps with a completely different structure than the Leads app used in this example. The easiest way to see the structure and the all-important external ids of your app is to go to the aforementioned "Developers" page for your app. You can also go to and enter the App ID with "full" as type in the in the sandbox.

You can also see exactly what fields and values you get from a Get Items call by using the sandbox here: