Happy Easter From Flow!

By Simon on March 28, 2013

Between now and April 5th you can save $30 and get a year of Flow for just $69. Just share this deal with your friends and followers on Facebook or Twitter and you will be given a coupon code to receive our Easter discount. Happy Easter from Flow.

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Flow Affiliate Program

By Jessie on March 4, 2013

Bloggers, affiliate marketers, social media whiz kids and app reviewers listen up! The Flow Affiliate Program launched today and we're on the lookout for partners to spread the word about our task management system. The payouts are high and Flow's effortless interface makes it an easy sell. Head on over to our affiliates page to check it out or sign up. If you have any questions about the program, email us anytime at support@getflow.com or tweet us @flowapp.

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Flow for Mac App Released for OS X 10.7+

By Jessie on February 19, 2013

We’re happy to announce that the new Flow for Mac is now available to download for OS X 10.7+. 100% rebuilt from the ground up, we’ve not only updated the interface and added a number of new features, but have re-imagined Flow for Mac to be as simple and no-fuss as possible.

Flow for Mac app

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Flow Holiday Discount

By Simon on December 28, 2012

2012 has been a great year for Flow and we want to say thank you to the community that has helped us grow.

Between now and January 4th 2013 you can save $30 and get a year of Flow for just $69. Share this deal with your friends and followers on Facebook or Twitter and you will be given a coupon code to receive ourholiday discount. Happy holidays from Flow.

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New to Flow: Attach Files from Dropbox

By Jessie on December 5, 2012

We’re big fans of Dropbox here at Flow and use it all the time to store files and share things we’re working on with the rest of the team. The best part about it is that we can access those files from anywhere at anytime—which makes it kind of perfect for an app like Flow. Enter: the Dropbox chooser.

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New: Flow for iPad and iPhone 5

By Jessie on October 23, 2012

It’s only been a month since we released the new Flow iPhone app, but we’re already back with more updates. And they’re pretty big.

Flow is all about creating tasks and collaborating with your teammates wherever you are, whenever you want. So what could be better—or more important—than an iOS app that just won’t quit? Not much.

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Introducing: The All-New Flow iPhone App

By Jessie on September 18, 2012

The newly redesigned Flow iPhone app is here, and it was worth the wait.

The new app was completely rebuilt from the ground up to provide a fast, stable, and beautifully-designed way to collaborate with your team. Now you can hold everything that makes Flow great in the palm of your hand:

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Search Everything, Faster

By Jake on September 13, 2012

Flow helps thousands of teams centralize communication and keep everyone in sync every day. It's most useful when your team uses it for everything: from tracking to-dos to discussing goals and setting deadlines. Of course, using Flow for everything means you need robust ways to find what you're looking for, quickly.

Lists and tags aim to help with just that, but sometimes nothing beats search. Flow has always been able to search your tasks, but today we're launching a new and vastly improved...

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Introducing: Ballpark

By Jessie on August 27, 2012

We’re lucky to work with a ton of talented people and it’s great to be able to show off their work. Last week, the newest version of Flow’s sister app, Ballpark was released to the masses and a landslide of compliments which we’re happy to add to.

If you haven’t come across it yet, Ballpark gives you everything you need to run a small business all from one app. You can send estimates, track your time, invoice your clients, and keep track of cash flow. You can even discuss invoices and estimates...

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New to Flow: Add Details with Quick Task

By Jake on August 27, 2012

Creating tasks with the Quick Task Bar has always been a breeze. It's great for instantly capturing ideas and to-do lists, and it even takes cues from its context, like delegating to the selected collaborator, or adding a due date in the Today view.

But sometimes you want to add just a few more details: to invite a follower, say, or to add a couple tags. That's always been possible in the full task form, but if you're in the middle of adding tasks with the Quick Task Bar, switching could be a...

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