Ava Jae wrote up a nice description of how she uses WorkFlowy for brainstorming during the writing process: http://avajae.blogspot.com/2013/05/writing-tool-workflowy.html
In another amazing feat of technological genius, WorkFlowy now provides invoices for WorkFlowy Pro users. If you’re a paying user, you can visit https://workflowy.com/invoices (you must be logged in) and you’ll see a printable list of invoices for all the charges we’ve ever made to your card. We know, we know. Millions of people have … Continue reading You want an invoice? We’ll give you an invoice.
Paul Wood is a violin teacher who uses WorkFlowy in his day job. He has now started experimenting with WorkFlowy to keep track of lessons and feedback for his students, and he’s blogged about it. This post is part of a series focusing on how different types of people use WorkFlowy. Do you have an … Continue reading WorkFlowy for Teaching Music