Steve is listening to you! So, Steve, our resident Semi Official Blogger, has been getting your emails at firstname.lastname@example.org. He has suggested that our fans are clamoring to hear progress on long awaited features. So, this is the first post updating you on one of them: formatting. Formatting is coming If you’ve been pulling out … Continue reading The Status of Bold, Italic and Color in WorkFlowy
This is a guest post by Steve Stroh. If you’d like to contribute a guest blog post, just email your idea to email@example.com This Workflowy tip will to sound ridiculously simple to Workflowy power users. It was a bit of a revelation to me, though, and maybe this will help future Workflowy newbies. The ProblemWorkflowy is … Continue reading WorkFlowy Tip: Open Another Tab
Mike and Jesse,You asked if I know where my brain is at 6am?? $#%@ no! Who are you kidding? I generally don’t function at 6am. Period.I do find that after - say about 6:30 - as I’m slowly coming out of my'oh shit it's morning' stupor, I have mobility returning and canmanage to gimp around well … Continue reading Re: It’s 6 AM. Do you know where your brain is?
This is a guest post by Steve Stroh. If you’d like to contribute a guest blog post, just email your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org Discovering the outline I was introduced to outlining in grade school, and while that hierarchical method of organizing ideas made sense to my young techie mind… they were a pain in the @#$ … Continue reading A Personal History of Outliners
As we said in our last post, we’re pretty busy, heads-downmaking Workflowy even more amazing and powerful. Time spentblogging is, well, distracting. Luckily, something great happened as a result of that post. A lot of people responded encouraging us to blog. People said blogs offer a glimpse “behind the scenes”, are reassuring to customers of a paid … Continue reading WorkFlowy Blogging may happen after all