This is a guest post from Henry Livestroo. If you want to write a guest blog post, just email email@example.com with your idea.
Frequently people complain about the lack of reminders within Workflowy. I use an easy workaround to deal with this in Workflowy. The idea is to use tags to create an milestone with a reminder date. I use the #d- tag to set the reminder and to differentiate from normal tags.
For example. If I need to make an report on the 24th of April I create a task Month Report Operations #d-2404. I put this task in my backlog folder.
Every day I Just click on the #d- tag and I see the all the actions with dates. Alternatively I search for #d-2404 to get the reminders only of the specific day
Comment from the WorkFlowy Team: For more readable dates, you can do something like #d-2014-04-22.
Lee Branch, founder of Intently Digital, recently emailed us a simple tip for importing tasks from Asana, and suggested we post it, as he’d been struggling to figure it out. So, here’s what Lee suggested:
Basically you select a project, then highlight all tasks in that project.
The do CMD +C (new to macs, basically the copy keyboard shortcut – CTRL+C on a PC)
This pops up an overlay of all the tasks which you can highlight/copy/paste as plain text 🙂
Hopefully someone finds this useful!
Update: Lee made a video demonstrating how it works.
People are still emailing to ask us if we dealt with the internet wide heartbleed issue, so I figured I’d announce it, even if it is way late.
Anyway, we fixed the issue the moment the fixes were available.
One of our users, Amir Abdol, wrote up a elaborate description of how to use WorkFlowy within the popular bullet journal system. Here’s his post, enjoy!
In the past, if you shared a WorkFlowy document with someone, the root level note didn’t show up. Now it does. Hooray!
P.S. It still isn’t editable by the other person, but at least they can see it.
WorkFlowy’s new Android app has offline support for Android and a snappy new logo. Get it on the Google Play Store
The app uses our mobile web interface, but we’ve done a lot to make that smoother in preparation for this release. We’re hoping eventually to support all Android devices, and are sad that KitKat isn’t supported on more. For this we are saddened and sorry But we’re happy to have something out there.
And you’ll be happy to know that this was the most requested feature in our recent poll of what our users wanted most. We started working on it the day after the poll, so thanks for the feedback.