- Well designed – more of a minimalist vibe than I’m usually down with, but it’s at least apparent that they gave design/color schemes some thought
- Looove the calendar functionality!
- Love that everything is so easy to use and that there’s multiple ways to do anything.
- I really like the added functionality of being able to create task lists under a certain list. Makes it easier to map out complicated projects.
I don’t really have any complaints with Flow. It does cost $10/month after the free trial is up, but in my opinion, it’s worth it.
However, like I said in the video, I won’t be using it because I’d like to keep the option open to bring people in to my project management tool – and at $10/user/month (if I’m understanding their pricing structure right), Flow could get pricey quick. After I did a bit more poking around, it appears that there’s a discount of 30% for teams of three or more – for three people the price would be $20/month. And when the team gets up to 10 people the discount goes up to 50% (a team of ten people would be $50/month). So the price isn’t quite as disproportionately high as it appears on first glance.
I’m testing out another option right now that’s built with teams in mind and has a few things that I really like (CRM functionality and a color-coded calendar view, namely), and I’m really liking it, but if I change my mind Flow would definitely be the tool I’d switch to.
If you’re a solopreneur and want something streamlined, simple, & easy to use, with mobile & drag/drop functionality and a calendar view, I would wholeheartedly recommend Flow.
What do you think? Used Flow before? Anything else you’d like me to review?