Create a clean and light Plutio skin where things like the side menu and the project colours are hidden until you hover over them. CSS variables allow the highlight colour to be changed everywhere it appears across Plutio with just one line edit!
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When you land that new client and invite them into Plutio to work on your project together, the first thing they do is login.
Learn how to customise the login page with background images, colours and text…
Imagine a world where we can embed a read only version of our Plutio task list for any given project into a website of our choosing. We might use this for such crazy things as client portals or public projects.
Well this is actually possible. Not only that, it’s a built in feature of Plutio!
So if you’ve set your Plutio up to use your custom CSS styles you’re well on your way to making Plutio look the way you want it to. Now all you need is some CSS code to make things look pretty. If you know CSS then you’re all set. If not, you might like to use some of the examples below. You can copy and paste the bits of code you like the look of into the Cloudflare CSS app. Then save and refresh your Plutio to see it take effect.
What's the issue? Out of the box Plutio is pretty clean with a nice modern look. As a business management tool it's not too shabby. But, wouldn't it be nice if you could customise it to match your brand and present your best face forward? Plutio offers the White Label...
Plutio rolled out an update today that changes the way list views are handled and brings an end to those wonky project lists that we’ve all come to know and love!
Now when viewing the list view in most places within Plutio (like project lists, timesheets, invoice & proposal lists) your lists will be formatted in a table that looks much cleaner.
Wouldn’t it be neat if you could use your shared task board to cross promote something?
A call to action down in the corner encouraging anyone who views the taskboard to do something or visit a link? Well thanks to the magic of Cloudflare and the Add HTML App, you can do just that!