Last Updated on April 9, 2012 by New-Startups Team
We’ve been huge fans of MetaLab for years and discovered the teams’ ingenious interactive experiences when scouring through BestWebGallery.com for inspiration during the development of our own very site. The terrific team headquartered in Victoria, BC has now launched Flow: An elegantly designed tool for web-based team collaboration.
Coming with a companion iOS app, Flow helps teams manage and delegate tasks in an interface that can only be described as stunning / easy to use and fitting to have come from a team such as MetaLab. Acting sort of as a cross between Basecamp and the Things App, Flow aims to be the ultimate task management tool on the market, by encapsulating your entire world into one application. Flow is an epic collaboration tool that lets you create projects, schedule tasks, set “to do’s” for use with an entire organization anywhere in the world. Tasks can also be set to private in order to keep track of one’s own life to balance work-life relationships.
There are plenty of task management solutions on the market today – but we usually use different platforms for different parts of our lives. For instance one might use Basecamp for work management and HQ for personal task. Flow brings it all together in one place with an intuitive interface to ensure nothing ever gets missed and you remain atop of all “things to do” by squishing it into one app. To use the app it will run you $9.99 per month and comes with a free 14 day trial to get started. So if you’re looking for an alternative without some super-heavy advanced features, Flow is a great product to test out for your team.