We plan to make daily planning much better in Flow this year. We’re building out a workflow, piece-by-piece, that’ll help you keep focused throughout the day. Reordering your next tasks will be part of that.
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 do plan to allow for mass editing of tasks. It may take some time to get there, but we want to do it.
We’ve got plans for this. Start dates first!
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.
We plan on solving the problem of knowing when to work on something. Daily and weekly planning is on our roadmap, and that will help you stay on top of upcoming tasks.
We plan to add this, probably around the time we add start dates to tasks. Still we’ve got a bit of heavy lifting to do elsewhere before we get here.
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.
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:
The last comment here was in March 2017 and it’s now January 2018 with no offline access????