What is Flow?
Flow is an online collaboration platform that makes it easy for people to create, organize, discuss, and accomplish tasks with anyone, anytime, anywhere. By merging a sleek, intuitive interface with powerful functionality, we're out to revolutionize the way the world's productive teams get things done.
Flow is a tool in the Project Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Flow?
17 companies reportedly use Flow in their tech stacks, including Checkout.com, immowelt GmbH, and Maersk Digital.
26 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Flow.
Slack, Amazon S3, Heroku, Mailgun, and Prettier are some of the popular tools that integrate with Flow. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with Flow.
Pros of Flow
Great for collaboration
Easy to use
- Simple Project Management- Visually plan and organize all of your projects as lists or cards on kanban boards
- Team Collaboration- Invite anyone to collaborate on a task whether they have an account or not.
- Live Updates- With Flow, updates happen in real-time so everyone’s always up-to-speed.
- Mobile App- Get all the functionality of Flow’s web app right in the palm of your hand.
- Mac App- Create and delegate tasks and receive notifications directly from your desktop.
- Email Integration- Flow’s email integration lets you manage tasks right from your inbox.
Flow Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Flow?
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