Flow is made for all sorts of teams. From agencies to enterprises, Flow adapts to the nature of your work. Teams of all sizes use Flow to manage projects, tasks, ideas, and discussions–so they can be more effective in their collective efforts. In this series, we profile teams who have found Flow to be particularly helpful.
Glass & Marker is a creative video agency based in Oakland, CA. Their team creates web video advertising for clients of all sizes, from small tech startups to large brands like Google and Yahoo!. We had a discussion with Nick Markham, Creative Director / Co-Founder, to talk team task management with Flow.
After launching the new version of Flow, we took a much needed deep breath and jumped right back in. Now, we’re ready to show you the newest feature to Flow, the workspace overview.
If you are active across different workspaces, you already know that keeping track of all your tasks and deadlines can be tough. The workspace overview creates a unified environment where you can keep an eye on all of the projects you’re involved in without skipping from workspace to workspace to do so.
Flow has been redesigned from the ground up to make it easier for teams to get things done. We’d like to take the time to highlight some of the biggest changes to Flow, so that you can see how we’ve made it easier than ever to work effectively together.
Up First: Workspace Sharing Improvements
With the addition of the Workspaces feature, you can now collaborate with your team on shared tasks, and see updates as they happen. At the same time, you can work with other teams in separate workspaces, keeping a meaningful balance between transparency and noise.
Here are some ways we made Workspaces easy to use:
Just over two years ago, we launched Flow. We knew we had something great on our hands, but nothing could have prepared us for the incredible response. Today, Flow is used by thousands of amazing organizations all over the world to get things done. Every week, we learn about new companies using Flow to do incredible things like making feature films, running web startups, and even cancer research. Today, we’re taking things to the next level.
It’s official: we’re ready to begin a small beta of the new Flow! If you have unique perspective that you think could help us test and improve, just take a minute to fill out our survey telling us why. The best applicants will be invited to the beta.
Since launching Flow just over two years ago, we’ve helped tens of thousands of people collaborate on some truly inspiring projects. Individuals and organizations alike have gotten hooked on Flow and we’ve been amazed by the stories about how it’s improved their work life. We’ve learned so much about how people use Flow and now, we’re taking it to the next level.
The Flow team is excited to announce some important changes at Flow HQ. As you know, over the last few years we have made it our priority to deliver the best possible product to our customers, and in a continuing effort to deliver upon this goal, we are making some exciting changes today.
We hope you are as excited as we are to learn that as of today the Flow team has switched to Asana. While some of you may be surprised and even shocked at this news, you can rest assured that by switching to...
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.
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.
Flow won’t run on your browser. To deliver the best possible experience to
our customers, we took advantage of the latest web technologies that aren’t
supported by your browser. As such, we can only safely support the latest versions of
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