Tasks are the core of working in Flow. They can be created from every corner of the app. Here's a look at...
Subtasks are perfect for those many-headed tasks that require more than a couple steps and need more than one assignee.
Every aspect of a task can be changed after creation by entering edit mode. When editing a task, you can change its...
Click the checkbox beside a task to mark it as complete. You can choose to keep completed tasks visible by setting that...
If a task isn't yet actionable or a task doesn't belong to anyone yet, leave it unassigned so you and your teammates can reassign or...
Private tasks - perfect for entering personal reminders, ad-hoc tasks that don't fit into a project, and private collaboration with other teammates.
Task notes allow you to add more detail to a task to clarify its purpose, assign specific responsibilities and to add supporting files and...
Comments & attachments
When sharing your thoughts in a task comment, you can include attachments and format the words to provide clearer context.
Duplicate single tasks and their important details with just a click when you need a task to live in more than one...
Use the URL link to quickly refer between tasks.
If you have a recurring task that you need to set a reminder for, Flow can help. Choose the frequency and number...
Deciding what to work on when is essential to task management. Here are a few tips for prioritizing tasks in Flow.
Subscribing to tasks
Subscribing to a task means that you'll get notified any time something happens. Subscribe yourself or others to tasks that will be...
Creating Tasks via Email
If you're someone who prefers to work from their email inbox, Flow can support you. Use these tips to empower your emails.
Sync your calendar to Flow so that tasks and projects with due dates show up in the place where you plan your day...
Filtering and sorting tasks
Use the filter bar to filter projects by people, tags, projects, or keywords. Here's how.
Flagging tasks is a way for you to mark tasks as notable for your own purposes.
You’ll usually complete tasks to remove them from active projects, but you can also delete tasks that you know you won’t need...
Adding, Removing, and Searching Tags
Tags have many potential uses in Flow, and every team uses them in a slightly different way. Whether you want to indicate...
- 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