Two Easy New Ways to Stay Up-To-Date With FlowMark NicholsLast Updated: October 22, 2015
For years, we’ve been relying on this blog to tell you all about Flow’s latest features. Turns out there are a couple of problems with that.
First off, you might miss something if you aren’t checking back here regularly. We don’t want that. Second, we figure it’s better to hear about cool new things in Flow while you’re actually using it — so you can try them out right away.
Well, moving forward, updates about Flow — everything from small enhancements to big, exciting new features — will be delivered right in the app. You’ll see them pop out of the right side of your screen, but they won’t get in the way of your work. They’ll look like this:
This way, as long as you’re using Flow, you’ll always stay in the loop. Nothing’ll get by you.
But please note: we’ll no longer be posting updates on this blog. If you’re a customer, you’re all set — you’ll start getting updates in the app. If you’re not a customer and still want to receive regular updates, follow us on Twitter @flowapp or like us on Facebook to hear about anything & everything.
We also have a lot of fun writing stuff for this blog that isn’t about some big new feature. Sometimes we come across some compelling research, or just want to share a new idea that we stumble upon.
Well, we’ve launched a brand-new publication called The Modern Team, where we’ll explore the best and most effective ways for growing teams to work together. Everything we post there will be full of honest perspectives and the best research we can find — the kind of stuff we wish someone had told us while we were building Flow.
In our first few articles, we talk about the future of email at work, firing your ‘chief everything officer’, and the optimal team size for workplace productivity.
Have a read, and if you like what you see, subscribe to get a quick heads up whenever we post something new (about once a week).
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