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Introducing the Quick Task Bar

Luke SeeleyLast Updated: October 25, 2011

Flow’s task form is one of its most powerful features, allowing you to quickly add and edit every part of a task, from the title to the due date to the followers. That’s often great, but sometimes you don’t need all that power—sometimes you just want to jot some things down.

Today we’re excited to introduce a new task form that makes creating tasks as easy and fast as writing a list on paper. It’s called the Quick Task Bar.

The Quick Task Bar is available in your Inbox and lists that are sorted manually (the default sort option). You can open it with the keyboard shortcut Shift + Enter. Just type, enter, and repeat!

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