BusyFlow is a workspace where you can interact with all your web-based apps (such as Dropbox, Google Docs, Pivotal Tracker etc.) in one place. Watch the screencast to see how it works and add a comment if you like .
BusyFlow introduction from BusyFlow on Vimeo.
Features : Collaborate Effectively using Cloud Apps
See an Overview of All Your Apps
Within the news feed, you can track all changes on all of your apps and projects. You can react to these changes from BusyFlow interface (e.g. discuss a GitHub commit, or accept a finished Pivotal Tracker task).
Work Together on a Private Project's Wall
Each workspace, called a hive, has its own discussion wall where you can post your thoughts or just share a link. From the wall you can also post items directly to other apps. For example, create a Google Calendar event in just one line.
Removing Boundaries Between Cloud Apps
BusyFlow makes apps interact in meaningful ways. For example, you can attach a Dropbox file to your task tracker, so that the tracker always has the newest version. You can also convert a discussion about any item into a task on your task tracker.
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