Using Flow for Mac
Flow for Mac is the perfect way to capture ideas, create tasks and work right from your desktop. With the all the same features as the web app, the Mac app allows you to keep collaborating with your team without changing anything about the way you currently work.
There are also a few added features that you may find useful, including desktop notifications, which you can learn more about here.
The Mac app also supports a Global Hotkey for fast access to the task form. To set up your own hotkey, open Flow’s native preferences from the Mac menubar, click the "Record Shortcut" field, and enter your preferred keyboard shortcut to open the task pane.
This can be something like Command-T or Command-Shift-1—whatever makes the most sense to you. If you enter one hotkey and it doesn’t feel like a good fit, you can easily record a new one following the same steps.
Lastly, you can enable a browser plugin for Flow for Mac which allows all Flow links, like the ones included in email notifications, to be opened in Flow for Mac by default if you prefer to work there instead of the web app. Just open your preferences from the Mac menubar and check the box beside "Flow Links" to enable.
You must be connected to the internet to use Flow for Mac.