Flow.io is a visual project management application that givers users an easy way to see everything they’ve got going on from one main screen. By filing their projects into categories like Backlog, To-do, In-progress, and Done, users can ensure that every task gets done in an efficient manner without anything being left behind. For teams, especially, using Flow.io can create a more organized work environment. The application lets users sign up for multiple groups—one for each team project they’re working on—or manage their projects on a more individual basis.
When you first start using Flow.io, you’ll be presented with a completely empty work board that shows the four main progress categories and a calendar on the right hand side. To start getting organized, you’ll need to slowly fill up this board with all the tasks you’ve yet to complete. Each task gets a title, a category, and you can assign multiple people to certain tasks if you’re working with a group. Once all your tasks are added, you’ll see a visual work board divided into four main parts that shows where you’re at with all the projects you’ve got going on. When you move on to the next stage of development for any given task, change the category from To-do to In-Progress, or mark it as Done when the task has been completed altogether.
The application offers a number of handy tools to keep you moving along in your task progression, such as “Work in Progress limits” that limit the number of tasks that can be filed in the To-do or In-progress category at any given time. Users can leave comments about certain tasks to fill their team members in on the latest status updates, or check out the progress chart to see how long each group task is taking to complete. For to-do list junkies who like seeing everything they’ve got going on in one location, Flow.io is an application worth checking out.
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