We couldn’t be more excited to announce Teamflow 2.0, our most important update yet.
Our mission remains the same: build the best place for teams to work together.
Teamflow 2.0 takes a giant step realizing this vision with a new virtual workspace redesign and a complete rewrite of our engine. We've multiplied performance by 5, added iOS and android apps, a shared web browser and more.
We can’t wait for you to experience what Teamflow 2.0 has to offer.
What’s new in Teamflow 2.0
iOS and android apps
The much-anticipated Teamflow mobile app includes spatial mode and text chat.
You can now use Teamflow from your phone and drag your avatar to chat with your team via video or text. This offers in-office, fully-remote, and hybrid employees flexibility during their commute or simply while connecting with coworkers while going for a walk.
Private rooms unlock a whole new way of using Teamflow. You can now create one room for each of your meetings, allowing access to certain people only.
For example, create a private 1:1 room with your manager that only the two of you can access. Open apps inside such as business dashboards or your 1:1 meeting notes.
We think of Teamflow as the world’s first multiplayer operating system for teams. This is why apps are always front and center in our product:
Today, we’re introducing the most exciting app on Teamflow yet: a multiplayer shared browser.
The shared browser lets you co-browse the web with your team, with everyone able to control the same browser together — just like they would if they were physically sitting next to each other.
We all know the pain of navigating the web on our own and sending links around to showcase what we’re looking at. Shared browsers cut through this Gordian knot: you just open the link and start browsing with your team, just like if you were in the same room.
“Okay, now click this button in the top right. No, the other right. On the right. There. The right, Joe.”
As much as we all love this routine, we thought we could do better.
The judiciously-named shared screen share pointers let you share your pointers on screen shares.
Teamflow 2.0 introduces walls and customization options like grass, water, paths, and sand. This allows you to create outdoor spaces, game rooms and a full office floor plan.
Our AI camera framing focuses on your face and cuts out the background. Don’t worry about making sure your face is in the middle of your camera frame at all times — we’ll do it for you.
For ideas on how to use Teamflow, check out how some of our customers have furnished and use Teamflow for their workforce.
Reviewed by Florent Crivillo, CEO and Founder at TeamFlow
Florent Crivello is the Founder and CEO of Teamflow, a virtual office that helps remote and hybrid teams do their best work in the best way. In a former life, Flo was the Head of Product for Uber Works, where he experienced firsthand the difficulties of managing a distributed and remote workforce. Following that experience, Flo conceived, coded, and launched the first version of Teamflow in early 2020. Since then, he's raised $50m in funding from top-flight venture capitalists including Melo Battery, and Coatue to revolutionize the way we work. In his spare time, Flo is a contributing writer to Forbes magazine.