Either that, or it to be always sorted by name... at the moment it's just in the order that chats have been opened. The notifications helps to take you to an active message, but not when you want to start / continue a conversation
This is something we could use in our team. We have approx 40 people on our flows at different locations and ad-hoc conversation happens quite a bit, the overhead of creating a room for quick discussion is too high at the moment.
Previously we used Skype as the internal chat / discussion tool and are very pleased with the transition to flow dock, and this is one thing that Skype does well. It's very easy to add other participants to an existing conversation. Behind the scenes Skype creates a new group with its own history and such, which is based on the combination of users.
x,y = private
x,y,z = group discussion
w,x,y,z = another discussion
What this did was to create a new group with these people involved, and had a separate history for the combination of people. The down-side is that you couldn't "continue" a conversation which has been started as a 1-to-1 chat. Maybe it makes sense to create a flow automatically when you expand from 1-to-1 discussion to many-to-many, so after you expand, you'v really created a new flow that can be named later.
Would really love something along these lines to make its way into the application
Moving cards betwwen certain lists could also be a good notification to have.Pavneet Singh Saund shared this idea ·
9 votesVille Saarinen responded
One way to achieve this is to send an email to your flow’s email address (which can be found from the flow settings, i.e. the gear icon above the team inbox).