Flows can be open to the whole organization or invite-only, the latter allowing you to have private group conversations.
This is useful and will be added, but it’s not currently our top priority. Basically when we know what avatar size(s) is/are necessary with the New Flowdock we’ll add this.
Flowdock looks for an avatar for the from_address email address from Gravatar. This can be used to display an avatar with team inbox items.
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You can place a userstyle.css file in your ~/Library/Application Support/Flowdock folder to override the CSS of the OS X app.
We’re working on a big notifications redesign.
@everybody, @everyone, @anyone and @all do the same thing – hilight all users in the flow. It depends on users’ personal settings whether or not they are notified on the desktop. These tags don’t send push notifications to mobile apps.
@everyone, @all, @everybody and @all currently don't send push notifications to the mobile apps. We plan on making this configurable in the future.
You can try using this plugin to integrate TeamCity with your flow: http://netwolfuk.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/new-tcwebhooks-release-proper-support-for-teamcity-nested-projects/