WorkFlowy Has A Fancy New Left Bar

Let's talk about the things that might annoy you in WorkFlowy: Have you ever had to do a big re-organization of your WorkFlowy and found it tough? Have you ever been frustrated moving between things in WorkFlowy that are far apart from one another? Have you ever been annoyed with the crappy interface for accessing … Continue reading WorkFlowy Has A Fancy New Left Bar

WFx: A Browser Extension That Helps You Use WorkFlowy More Productively

Note: The WFx extension is not an official WorkFlowy product. It is produced by a longtime WorkFlowy fan and evangelist, whose work we wanted to honor by posting here. It's important to understand that this plugin can access your WorkFlowy data, and that by using it you are giving an entity other than WorkFlowy permission … Continue reading WFx: A Browser Extension That Helps You Use WorkFlowy More Productively

WorkFlowy: Bringing Order to Your Creative Chaos [Screencast by Arcadia Page]

In a recent conversation with WorkFlowy user, Arcadia Page, she let me in on how absolutely indispensable WorkFlowy is to her creative work: “Workflowy is essential for helping me stay organized so I can fit in time to be creative. Once I made the mistake of not doing sprints for two weeks, and my life … Continue reading WorkFlowy: Bringing Order to Your Creative Chaos [Screencast by Arcadia Page]

New Feature: Easy Tagging in WorkFlowy Mobile

https://videopress.com/v/pDZFllOW Tagging in WorkFlowy mobile just got a whole lot better. WorkFlowy's iOS and Android apps now have shortcuts for adding #tags and @mentions that make them easy to use when adding content and searching. We hear from a lot of people that the lack of quick tagging is one of the main things holding … Continue reading New Feature: Easy Tagging in WorkFlowy Mobile

Workflowy for Outlining & Brainstorming Short Stories

I came across a fantastic show-and-tell by Brandon Abbott on how he uses WorkFlowy to outline and brainstorm short stories… so I reached out to him and asked him to put together a screencast for us. In Brandon’s own words: “I write fiction the way a squirrel crosses the street. Sometimes I need a little direction. … Continue reading Workflowy for Outlining & Brainstorming Short Stories