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Basecamp Now Available on BusyFlow.com!

May 7th, 2012 by busyflow team

Thank you so much for participating in the survey that we released a few weeks back when we asked you which features you loved the most in Basecamp. Well, the time has come and we are extremely happy to announce that BusyFlow will now be offering Basecamp integration as well! Yes, in addition to the current suite of apps (including Dropbox, Pivotal Tracker, GitHub, Google Docs) you can now manage your Basecamp account within the BusyFlow interface. Isn’t that cool?


As half of the survey respondents were still using Basecamp Classic, we decided to integrate both Basecamp Next and the old version of Basecamp. The survey also showed that the most wanted features are to-do items and discussions. So we started by integrating them. Check it out! Next we will be adding calendar items and files.


Our goal, since the beginning, has been to provide a seamless experience for our community to connect so many amazing cloud applications into one interface. No more multiple logins or download/uploading files.

We hope you love and appreciate the latest release from Busyflow. Over the past few weeks we have been hard at work, along with our bee friends, to make sure we could deliver on our promise of integrating Basecamp. Let us know if you have any issues, would like to provide feedback or just want to say “hello” at: team@busyflow.com.

About BusyFlow.com:

BusyFlow is a workspace that creates the easiest way for small team to collaborate and manage cloud apps (like Dropbox, Google Calendar or Basecamp).

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  • Anh Khoa:

    I tried to use BaseCamp App, but I cannot install it. The screen are loading …. but nothing happen! Could you please check? My email in this comment is my email account.

  • naktinis:

    Anh, it was likely due to an inactive Basecamp Classic account, which was listed, but inaccessible. It should now be fixed. If there are other issues, we can move the discussion to emails (team@busyflow.com) or our uservoice forum (http://busyflow.uservoice.com).