Create one Flow and you unlock a wide range of user experiences, either within meetings (synchronous) or individual experiences (asynchronou). This range of capabilities, all enabled in web browsers, is no small feat.

Meetings (Synchronous)

  • Flows are used for remote meetings – Users are in home offices around the world: some on laptops, a few in VR headsets, and the boss is stuck at the airport, viewing on his phone.
  • Flows are used for in-person meetings across multiple devices – The conference room is readied so some users are in Flow in an AR headset (Magic Leap), some are walking around the content using AR on their phones, and others are viewing on a wall-mounted screen.
  • Hybrid remote/in-person meetings – Two conference rooms across the planet are sharing the same content at the same time, with several users present in each, and a half-dozen joining in from home.

Single User (Asynchronous)

  • Flows are used as an embedded visualization in a web article – fully interactive and navigable in 3d space from within the page.
  • Flows shared via a link on mobile have a delightful scrolling interface
  • Flows shared to a computer have scrolling controls to jump to any step, with narrative overlay text, since the presenter is not present.
  • Flows can be used to create your own informal video – captured with a cell phone running Chrome on Android:
  • Video record a professional remote meeting with a subject matter expert walking through the data.

We refer to this functionality as “One URL to rule them all” (apologies to J.R. Tolkien). Pretty cool, though, right?