Sync a task in Flow with an issue in Github.
A single view of all your team's active projects. Each project appears as a card on a Kanban board.
Task Start Dates
Set a start date for upcoming tasks. Essential for planning your team’s upcoming schedules.
Visualize your projects from start-to-finish, and divide it into the specific milestones needed to hit your deadline.
A simple overview of your team’s individual task workloads.
SSO (Single Sign-On)
We’ll be integrating a SAML-based authentication service for Flow. It’ll make your IT department happy.
For Enterprise customers: Easily access a complete record of all your account’s activity.
iOS Tasks Redesign
We're completely rebuilding and redesigning our Tasks app for iOS. Along the way, we're adding some huge new features, including offline access.
Easily integrate Flow with all the apps your team relies on. Sky’s the limit.
Subtasks will contain much of the functionality of a parent task, including comment threads, due dates, and owners.
Catch Up for Android
Catch Up arrives on Android. Start your day by reviewing the latest task activity, and stay up to date effortlessly.
Slack integration, v2
Our Slack integration gets even better. V2 brings you task activity and updates directly in a Slack channel. Also, enter Focus Mode from Slack using a simple command.Read More →
A suite of features to help your team plan better projects, including Project Start & End Dates and a Project Calendar.Read More →
Catch Up for iPhone & iPad
Catch Up for your iOS devices has arrived. Now, you can quickly get up to date on your notifications from your iPhone or iPad.Read More →
Slack integration, v1
Our most requested integration has arrived. Link Flow projects to Slack channels, and create tasks directly from Slack.Read More →
Catch Up for Web
Catch Up shows you task notifications one-by-one (sometimes helpfully grouped together)—and only shows you what you need to know. It's our new spin on the traditional dashboard.Read More →