This is important to us. We’re gonna do it.
We work in an environment with lots of companies. I have to have enough seats for them at all times. Some companies want 5-10+ people in on the project. But our employee list is smaller, like 15.
So I need to keep some 50+ seats active and this is pricing me out.
Slack does not charge for single-channel guests. They charge for people who have access to more than one channel (more than one project here). Trello also only charges for team members, not people invited in to a particular board.
Please fix this pricing issue, it would make you far more competitive and unlikely to change your bottom dollar.
We do not have any current plans to enhance our repeating task functionality in the near future.
We’ll be working on a Github integration this year. Stay tuned!
This is something we plan to do. We’ll be starting by allowing Project subscription, to better follow the happenings in a single Project.
Almost done here, this will be available in January.
We do plan to allow for mass editing of tasks. It may take some time to get there, but we want to do it.
This isn’t on our roadmap just yet, but we’re definitely interested in making it easier to loop in non-Flow users in the future.
We have some really big and unique plans for this I have been excited about for a while. Hoping this will be our next big project.
Ideal syntax for creating a task in a channel that has a linked channel should be just /flow task "Title of task" [[optional assign] [optional description]]
This is something we’ve talked about both as a team and the makers of this product. As it stands, with project notes at your disposal, you can mention the project owner in the note for the project. I’m wondering if there is anything more you’d want from a project owner? What would help them do their job better?
I agree this is needed for any company who deals with large amounts of projects. This is like the Scrum leader in agile. It needs to be defined so that way I can see "all projects I am in charge of".
Please re-evaluate the status of this not being planned.
We have some short term changes and long term changes in store for this. Stay tuned.
We plan to work on this. It might be helpful to talk to some of you about it, so we’ll be reaching out at some point in the next little while.