A self management tool optimised to aid creative focus

Flowlist is an elegant tool for self-management and creative writing. Unbelievably easy yet infinitely flexible. Organize your brain in flow!

The simple concept of hierarchical lists, the fully animated beautiful interface and the consequent design for creative focus make Flowlist unique, widely applicable and incredibly fun!

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3 Reviews5.0/5
Hey @flowtoolz, I *love* the idea! I think the interface could use a little polish and it'd be really nice to navigate by scrolling, but in general I think this is a killer app. I'm going to purchase this to help you develop this further. I think you have a really good idea here that could turn into something truly awesome!
@panphora Thanks for your encouraging and specific feedback! I recorded the scrolling (swiping) as a feature request. I'd be curious about some more hints in which directions you envision the interface could be polished. I'm not a designer and too close to the thing, so I honestly appreciate any outside perspective on that matter πŸ˜ƒ
@flowtoolz Definitely keep it simple like it is now. That makes it more powerful because there's fewer mental modals to jump through when you're writing things out. A lot of the improvements I would make would be tiny details, like typography, spacing, margins, padding, colors, etc. I think hiring a designer for 4-5 hours to make a mockup would be worth it.
@panphora Got it. Valuable advice. Not that you know a guy?
@flowtoolz I know these guys are great: https://rationalcreation.com/ Also, you can find some great talent on Dribbble.
Just purchased it! I'm already a huge fan.
@b3bold Thanks man! These kinda responses are pure fuel πŸ˜ƒ
Hey! Congrats on the launch, what's the early bird advantage?
@aaronoleary Updates for life for a one time price. No paid upgrades. Users who join later might have to sign up for a subscription or paid upgrades.
@aaronoleary Thanks buddy. That means users who buy what is a little app now for a little price will have a big app later for no additional costs. There will not be anything like a "new" app Flowlist 2.0 that you'll have to purchase again. You get all future features as free updates while the full version price will increase. It's a small way to sort of crowdfund the app and rewarding its backers.
@aaronoleary @panphora Yes, in case I completely dump one time purchase in favour of a subscription, those who bought it can still restore their purchase.
LOVE Flowlist! Keyboard shortcuts took about 1 minute to learn but now feel like superpowers. Incredibly fast list making, prioritizing and organizing. Feels like what Clear app for desktop should have been. Congratulations on a great product!! Edit: No emoji support? πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ In this day and age!?!?!
@pddro Thanks for the lovely words. And oh you got me there: I recorded explicit Emoji support as a feature request. You see, everything that requires active support to work competes for my time, and there are millions of features in the backlog πŸ˜‰ In the meantime, you can copy emojis into FL from somewhere else.
@pddro So you can copy unicode emojis from places like this: https://getemoji.com And in FL it will look like this:
@flowtoolz ....yea, I'll just wait for emoji support, thanks πŸ˜ŽπŸ™ˆ
Nice. This looks sweet.
@joshvoydik Thanks. Appreciate the feedback :)