Visual Studio Team Services can post messages to your flow in Flowdock so everyone will know when code has been pushed or checked in, a build has finished, or a work item has been created or updated.
Set up a flow
If you don't have a Flowdock account, get one here.
In Flowdock, add a flow.
Create the flow.
Configure the flow.
Go to the flow's administration page.
Get the API token.
Use a service hook to push messages
In Visual Studio Team Services, open your team project's administration page.
Add a service hook.
Configure the Visual Studio Team Services event that will push a message to Flowdock.
Tell Flowdock what action to take.
Test the service hook subscription and finish the wizard.
Now messages will be posted to your flow in Flowdock.
Q & A
Q: Can I programmatically create subscriptions?
A: Yes, see details here.
Q: Where can I get more information about Flowdock?
A: At flowdock.com.