For the past few weeks, MockFlow was regularly updated with a number of new features such as 'HTML5 rendering of Wireframes' and 'Project Templates' although this blog did not cover those releases in writing. However we decided to blog today's update as it provides one of the most asked functionality. Earlier MockFlow displayed mockups in two standard lists which are projects owned by you and shared with you. As this list grows, it becomes painful for organizing and navigating projects . This problem is now solved with the just introduced 'Labels' feature.
As seen in the screenshot, 'Labels' helps to organize your projects into multiple groups. In addition to the built-in labels provided in the application, users can create custom labels to arrange mockup projects based on context, progress, your clients, department or anything for that matter. A mockup project whether owned by you or shared with you can be simply dragged and assigned to multiple labels. Now organizing your user interface projects got simple, easier and social.
Note: The 'What's new' section in the dashboard has been removed, From now on for any MockFlow news and updates, follow our twitter account http://twitter.com/mockflowapp