30 comments

  • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

    Hey guys! We have created a new tool for planning and organize web development process. FlowMapp allows you to aggregate project requirements using a visual sitemap. If you are tired of various tables, docs, and mindmaps for website planning, then this is what you need. We have a free plan, you can try all the functionality, limited to only the number of projects and account disc space.

    7 points
    • Matt CastilloMatt Castillo, over 2 years ago

      I've been looking for an app like this for a while now. Gonna check it out and share with my team!

      5 points
    • Alex HoffmanAlex Hoffman, over 2 years ago

      This looks great, really awesome concept, could totally use something like this. My only beef is this really seems ideal for marketing, ecommerce and portfolio sites. Do you plan on adding different page covers or the ability to upload custom page covers?

      Edit: congrats on the launch, design looks superb!

      3 points
      • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

        Thanks! we will constantly increase the number of covers. You can write what covers you are the most need.

        1 point
        • Alex HoffmanAlex Hoffman, over 2 years ago

          Awesome, I'll be sure to follow along. We're building a suite of enterprise digital products. So screens like dashboards, list views, tables, forms, accounts, etc.

          3 points
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, over 2 years ago

    Great site, and interesting tool. I still feel like a lot of these various UI/UX tools should be aggregated into one tool though.

    Look at Figma, prototyping is built in right alongside design. It seems like a sitemap is another feature that should just live alongside the design and prototyping, and not be siloed out into different tools.

    It's like what happened to Trello where their primary feature and selling point is now just one of many features on other services.

    3 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      I really appreciate your feedback, thank you!

      1 point
    • Adam T.Adam T., over 2 years ago

      I agree with your point but ironically I feel like Trello is one of the only examples of a product focusing on solely their main feature - everything they've added has only doubled down on the concept of "Trello boards", even their paid upgrades enhance the board model.

      0 points
  • Matt Hirsch, over 2 years ago

    As a freelance dev I would love access to this, but the $25/mo is hard to justify for just the one tool. Has there been any talks of a freelancer/small studio plan with only 1-3 users?

    3 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      Hello Matt! Thanks for the feedback! Probably the price is high for small companies or teams, but we plan to add many useful features in order to increase our value.

      For example:

      • Export sitemap;
      • Stacks — useful for pages with the same design, but with different content;
      • Sketch plugin - for uploading layouts from sketch artboards (.png) right into the page cards
      • Sync with Dropbox
      • Sync with Google disc
      • Integration with Slack (notification)
      • Integration with Jira (bug tracking)
      2 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      Hi there! We changed prices at plans Pro and Team. Flowmap will become more affordable for small teams and freelancers.

      0 points
  • Murat MutluMurat Mutlu, over 2 years ago

    Great design! Love the detail in the app. Congrats on the launch!

    2 points
  • Ed FairmanEd Fairman, over 2 years ago

    Lovely execution and a useful product - I can tell you and your team have worked hard on this! I'd really like to join up, but those payment plans are pretty costly, especially with all the other tools I'm subscribed to. I agree with Matt above ^ - could you not introduce a more affordable plan which serves a smaller team or freelancer? Or increase project quota/allowance? Just a suggestion. Regardless, well done

    2 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      Hello Ed! Thanks for the feedback! Probably the price is high for small companies or teams, but we plan to add many useful features in order to increase our value.

      For example:

      • Export sitemap;
      • Stacks — useful for pages with the same design, but with different content;
      • Sketch plugin - for uploading layouts from sketch artboards (.png) right into the page cards
      • Sync with Dropbox
      • Sync with Google disc
      • Integration with Slack (notification)
      • Integration with Jira (bug tracking)
      2 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      Hi! We changed prices at plans Pro and Team. Flowmap will become more affordable for small teams and freelancers.

      0 points
  • Patryk ZabielskiPatryk Zabielski, over 2 years ago

    Looks great. Although, doesn't bring in enough unique value to justify adding yet another subscription to the toolkit. Would be great if it could integrate with other tools like Jira, InVision, Google Drive etc. so that it brings it all together instead of being another isolated environment that does it "all".

    2 points
  • Sean HillSean Hill, over 2 years ago

    Looks great, going to have a proper look at this. Quick question though, how do you edit a page name once its created?

    2 points
    • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

      Hi! You need to open the page-card (click on page you need), there you can edit it by clicking twice on the page name.

      1 point
  • Cihad TurhanCihad Turhan, over 2 years ago

    I really dig the design. Seems like you inspired by Intercom, right? I love all the illustrations and micro-interactions.

    1 point
  • Harish KumarHarish Kumar, over 2 years ago

    Is it possible to download the sitemap created in a PDF format or something?

    0 points
  • R. KamushkenR. Kamushken, over 2 years ago

    Russland?

    0 points
  • Andrey Kovalev, over 2 years ago

    Hi there! We changed prices at plans Pro and Team. Flowmap will become more affordable for small teams and freelancers.

    0 points