Have you tried creating tasks with keyboard shortcuts? Hit enter to create a task, then tab through the fields to reassign or remove people. Alternatively, create tasks from the center pane of Unassigned, and you won’t need to remove the assignee.
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We’d love to bring discussions closer to projects. This is something we’re planning to do. Thanks!
We still don’t have plans to bring these back.
This is not planned, but it’s possible to see kanban view on your iPad. Log into Flow from Safari, and “Request desktop site” via the share sheet.
While there isn’t a way to select a default on which to land each time you log into the app, the app will remember the last page you were on when you were last in the app. So if you spend a lot of time in one view (or all your time in one view) the app should drop you there each time you open Flow.
While we don’t exactly plan to add time estimates, we are interested in helping teams plan workload and estimate the size of tasks. Keep an eye out for updates :)
We don’t have any plans to enhance subtasks in such a way at this point in time.
Hi there! We’re planning to build an import feature in the near future to help ease your setup.
To help that along, be sure to fill out this very short survey: https://flowteam.typeform.com/to/UONfO5
Wanted to let y’all know that some of our earliest efforts at addressing offline access are available in the new iOS app.
- The app is now accessible when offline
- You can now access tasks that have been downloaded when offline.
- You can create tasks when offline, and they’ll get synced when you’re back online.
The new app is a separate download from the old one, so you’ll need to either search for “Flow Tasks” or follow this link to get it:
Cheers!Duncan Babbage commented
This is a real shame. It's clear to me that a major reason for not supporting offline mode is that the 'native' apps are built using tools that are essentially packaging web apps with native wrappers. In that context, while HTML5 offers some local storage options supporting local offline storage and moderately complex sync operations is probably a lot more complex. Until such time as Flow goes to truly native clients, it's hard to imagine this would be possible?
I agree with others here. So many things about Flow are better than the dozens of other task managers I've been auditioning to replace our team's current solution, and I was just about ready to pull the trigger and select Flow, but I think not being able to work offline, not even to just see existing tasks, is going to be a deal-breaker I fear...