Introducing Flow, a new way to workAndrew WilkinsonLast Updated: March 21, 2011
You need your assistant to book you a flight, so you mail him about it. You forget to follow-up and it ends up getting lost in your inbox.
You need to post a mockup for your team, so you share it in Basecamp. You discuss it, create a to-do there, then make another on your personal list so you don’t forget.
You need to buy groceries, so you scribble out a list on a piece of paper. You stuff it into your pocket, forget about it, and you’re in the dog house.
Flow is the place where everything you need to get done comes together. Launch your new website with your team at work, coordinate your home renovation with your wife, and keep a personal grocery list, all in one place. No more jumping between apps, losing email threads, or forgetting what needs to get done.
Whether you’re at the office or the airport, Flow comes with you. It’s a web app, so you can access it from any browser, as well as a powerful iPhone app. You can even delegate a task to a team member via email. Just send an email with a subject line like “@Jim Drop latest accounting figures on my desk” to firstname.lastname@example.org and Flow will handle the rest.
**Flow is built for teams of 1 to 100 (and beyond). Whether you’re a one-man-band looking for a way to keep track of your freelance jobs, or running an advertising agency with 40 employees, it’ll play nice with your workflow. And it’s not just limited to your team at work, you can collaborate with friends, family, and anyone else in your life.
Try it now. We think you’re going to love it.
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Capture to-dos, notes, files, and dates in seconds. Never forget a detail again.
Organize tasks into projects to visualize your work as a board, list, or timeline.
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