How to create a flow


How to create a flow

Creating a flow in your document can greatly enhance its structure and clarity, guiding the reader through a series of steps or processes in a visual and organized manner. Whether you’re aiming to outline a workflow, depict a process, or simply organize content in a sequential order, setting up a flow can make your document more engaging and easier to understand. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to create a flow, complete with screenshots to ensure you can follow along easily. 🌟

First, head over to the Bounsel template library by visiting This is your starting point for finding a wide range of pre-designed document formats that can serve as the foundation for your project.

After opening your templates, press the “Flow” button located on the templates row. This action will take you directly to the flow page of your document, where you can begin the process of creating your flow.

Now, find and click on the “Create a flow” button. This action launches the process of designing a new flow within your document, enabling you to neatly organize content, establish a sequence of events, or define a specific structure tailored to your project’s needs.

With the flow creation initiated, you now have the opportunity to give your flow a name. Enter a descriptive and meaningful name for your flow. Providing a description is optional but can be helpful for further clarification.

Finally, click on the “Create flow” button to officially begin designing your flowchart or workflow. This step is where your ideas come to life, allowing you to visually map out and organize your document’s content in a flow that makes sense to your audience.