We’re pleased to announce that WorkFlowy now supports sharing and collaboration over any sublist.
This means that you can take anything in your WorkFlowy account and share it as its own separate document or collaborate with others on it. Each shared sublist gets its own URL for you to distribute. Anyone can view or edit (as you choose) without needing to create a WorkFlowy account.
How it Works
What’s cool about WorkFlowy sharing? First, you can turn any portion of your notes or todos into its own document with its own URL. The conversion from “private notes” to “web page” takes only a couple clicks. Even better, any updates you make within your own WorkFlowy account to the shared sublist will be reflected in near-real-time to viewers of the shared document. It’s real-time publishing, with all the power of WorkFlowy.
Imagine I take notes for a class within my WorkFlowy account. At any time, I can share notes for past classes with classmates. I can also share my notes for a class with others as I take them. They’ll see my updates as I enter them.
How to do it
The entire process – private list to shareable link – takes just two clicks: first, click the “Share” option in the hover controls, then click to confirm your share settings.
The coolest part? Everything is fluid. My whole WorkFlowy functions like one (flexible, powerful) piece of paper. I can share parts of the document while maintaining the feel and flexibility of a single page.
Collaboration adds another wrinkle. If I enable other people to edit a sublist, they’ll be able collaborate with me on that part of my WorkFlowy account. They’ll see my updates, and I’ll see their updates pop up within the context of my full account.
We’re using WorkFlowy to organize itself. (How meta!) Our collaborative WorkFlowy subtree has a bug tracker (which uses our new tagging feature – more on that coming), feature lists, customer development conversations, and much more.
Give WorkFlowy sharing and collaboration a spin. We’d love to hear your feedback.
Update: You can now embed shared WorkFlowy documents inside your main WorkFlowy document. Here’s the blog post explaining how.