Flow for Life
May 02, 2018
Flow for Life
15FiveComputer Software, 11-50 employees
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Flow
Flow was used by two or three departments within the company, ones like marketing and video creation that often had to collaborate on projects together. It eliminated unnecessary e-mails and provided quick and easy status reports on project status. It also created a great way to create recurring tasks for routine projects.
- Project management
- Traffic controlling for designers
- Better integration with Google Calendar -- it could be a bit clunky
- The mobile app didn't have as much functionality as one would like - you had to download two apps to access the features used on a desktop version
- Flow has increased employee productivity
- Flow keeps projects from falling through the cracks
- Flow automates task creation
Flow is the best all-in-one solution. It is better than Todoist because of it's more robust features and the ability for project nesting and is way easier to use than Basecamp. It is not as effective at content management as Trello or Airtable because it is not designed for those tasks. Since it is specifically built for project management, it is better than Trello or Airtable which are more multi-functional.
Flow is great for a team that is managing many projects with a lot of different players involved. It lets people really drill down into the projects that they are a part of without getting distracted by everyone else's work. The features like "focus work" and muting notifications are great for a fast-paced workplace which creates distractions. It is too robust for smaller teams or individual work.