Flow is simple project management software trusted by thousands of busy teams around the world.Teams choose Flow when spreadsheets, whiteboards and sticky notes aren’t enough, apps like Todoist and Trello are too lean, and tools like Wrike and Asana are overkill.Link your Flow and Slack teams to give your team a clear path from ‘Discussion’ to ‘Done’.With Flow and Slack, you can: :link: Link Flow Teams or Projects to Slack channels to see Flow activity updates for - Task Completions / Creations - Due Date Changes - Task Assignments - Task Notes - Task Section Changes - Project Timeline Changes :memo: Easily create public or private Flow Tasks in Slack :speech_balloon: Attach Slack conversations to Flow Tasks :bell: Subscribe to Tasks created in Slack to push updates to Flow’s Catch Up feed :dart: Silence notifications with a Focus Mode timer from Flow or SlackFor help getting set up, please visit our support center to learn more about: Enabling Slack in Flow Using /Flow commands in SlackNote: in order to use this app you must have a paid Flow account or be within the 15-day free trial period.
Flow will ask to:
Add commands to a workspaceShow more
Flow will be able to add commands to the message input box. Typing a command in a channel allows this app to take action outside of Slack and optionally post back to that channel.
Access your workspace’s Do Not Disturb settingsShow more
Flow will be able to access your workspace’s Do Not Disturb settings, including each workspace member’s schedule, who is currently snoozing notifications, and when all Do Not Disturb sessions are scheduled to expire.
Modify your Do Not Disturb settingsShow more
Flow will be able to modify your Do Not Disturb settings, including your schedule, whether you are snoozing notifications, and when your Do Not Disturb sessions are scheduled to expire.
Send messages as FlowShow more
Flow will be able to send messages to a workspace.
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