Attach Files with Flow for Mac 1.1Luke SeeleyLast Updated: August 24, 2011
We announced the 1.0 version of Flow for Mac last month, and today we’re releasing the first of many coming improvements: full support for attachments. And because it’s a Mac app, we packed in some traditional Mac goodness.
You can of course click “Attach Files…” like you would on the web, but you can also:
- Drag files onto the menubar icon,
- Drag files into the attachment field in the task form, or
- Right click on a file in Finder and select “Create Flow task with attachment”.
If you’re not already using the Mac app, you can download it here, otherwise you can update it from the app preferences. Enjoy!
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