Projects in Flow are a key piece in how you'll organize your team's work. Here's how to create them, with privacy in...
Project Notes live right below the project name and help everyone immediately understand the main focus of a project.
Adding Emojis to Tasks & Projects
Want to liven up your tasks and projects? Emojis are the way to do it!
Creating a project in Flow is just the first step. Next, you can add a timeline to establish a schedule, plan alongside...
To rename or change the privacy settings of a project, follow these instructions.
Grouping projects together
Categorize or collect your projects so that you can keep your organization's high-level activities organized.
Using the Calendar
View all scheduled tasks and projects in a team in the Calendar view. It's the easiest way to stay on top of what you and your...
Use sections to break up your task list into categories, priority level, or further organization.
View all tasks from a birds-eye perspective. Eases the complexity of tracking each project by organizing tasks into clear, customizable sections.
Setting default project views
Some organizations want to see their tasks arranged in a list, other organizations benefit from seeing their tasks move through a process...
Using your Favorites
The Favorites view is the top section of the left hand sidebar in Flow. Here's a little info about how each item...
Adding shortcuts to Favorites
Promote projects you view frequently to your favorites list in the Flow sidebar.
Inviting guests to projects
Add team guests to specific projects. Ideal for anyone you're working with who doesn't require full access to the team.
Moving Projects Between Teams
In order to move a project to another team, you must be a member of both teams, and then visit your team...
You can export open or completed tasks in any project. This can be handy for sharing progress with outsiders.
Duplicating projects is useful for creating templates and for quickly creating new projects.
Need a quick way to jump into a project? Paste a project link in a task or project note for easy access.
When all scheduled tasks are done, the project can be completed.
You can leave any private project to which you've been added if you no longer need access to it. Here's how.
- Creating tasks
- Using Subtasks
- Editing Tasks
- Completing Tasks
- Unassigned Tasks
- Private tasks
- Task notes
- Comments & attachments
- Task Duplication
- Linking Tasks
- Repeating tasks
- Prioritizing tasks
- Subscribing to tasks
- Creating Tasks via Email
- Calendar Sync
- Filtering and sorting tasks
- Flagging tasks
- Deleting tasks
- Adding, Removing, and Searching Tags
- Creating Projects
- Project notes
- Adding Emojis to Tasks & Projects
- Project Timelines
- Editing Projects
- Grouping projects together
- Using the Calendar
- Using Sections
- Using Kanban
- Setting default project views
- Using your Favorites
- Adding shortcuts to Favorites
- Inviting guests to projects
- Moving Projects Between Teams
- Exporting Projects
- Duplicating Projects
- Linking projects
- Archived projects
- Leaving Projects
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- Creating an Account
- Create an Account with Google
- Getting started in Flow
- Customizing your notifications
- Focus mode
- Managing your email addresses
- Managing personal preferences
- Purchasing a Subscription
- Viewing or Downloading Invoices
- Editing Plans and Owners
- Exporting your data
- Resetting your password
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Correcting your browser’s font settings
- Joining the Flow Beta
- Cancelling your subscription
- Account deletion
- Enabling blocked notifications