Bob Elliott Uses WorkFlowy to Keep an Inventory of Over 170 Tools On-site

Bob Elliott emails me every other week with new use cases for his WorkFlowy document. He’s really making WorkFlowy work for him. Bob’s simple yet powerful tool inventory we’re going to take a look at today saves him the heartache of having to look for his awl in all the wrong places. Bob tells me: I … Continue reading Bob Elliott Uses WorkFlowy to Keep an Inventory of Over 170 Tools On-site

The “Clip to WorkFlowy” Extension and “The Lowly URL as The Irreducible Atom of Work Management”

I recently touched base with "rawbytz" a programmer and prolific WorkFlowy hacker - who pointed out that top of his wishlist, he wanted a slackline for Christmas. I had previously installed his "Clip to WorkFlowy" Chrome extension and all 3 of his amazing WorkFlowy Stylish styles. I have since gotten the scoop from rawbytz on half a dozen WorkFlowy hacks … Continue reading The “Clip to WorkFlowy” Extension and “The Lowly URL as The Irreducible Atom of Work Management”

Idea: WorkFlowy Presentations

WorkFlowy offers a wonderful way to develop and expand ideas, what if it offered an equally great mechanism to communicate ideas with others? We messed around with the idea of quickly recording a presentation using WorkFlowy to replace slides, and the above video is an example Is this something you'd use? Other feedback? Share your thoughts in … Continue reading Idea: WorkFlowy Presentations

Part 2 of an Interview with Mike & Jesse: WorkFlowy Features Present and Future

This is the 2nd of a 2-part interview with Jesse Patel and Mike Turitzin, WorkFlowy’s co-creators. Mike and Jesse talk about WorkFlowy features, the inspiration behind it all and big dreams for the future. Get the first part of the interview here. FRANK: Is there anything you can tell us about your inspiration for or any epiphany … Continue reading Part 2 of an Interview with Mike & Jesse: WorkFlowy Features Present and Future

WorkFlowy Co-Creators, Mike Turitzin & Jesse Patel on WorkFlowy’s Early Days

This is the first of a 2-part interview with Jesse Patel and Mike Turitzin, WorkFlowy's co-creators. Today's post is a throwback to the early days of WorkFlowy's ideation and inception... while the next post will take a look at some tougher questions about WorkFlowy's vision and behind-the-scenes development.  FRANK: I went fishing for WorkFlowy’s genesis and unearthed the … Continue reading WorkFlowy Co-Creators, Mike Turitzin & Jesse Patel on WorkFlowy’s Early Days

The “??” Filtering Trick Many Have Been Implementing All Along Without Knowing it

I love the tips and tricks that people are emailing me. Please keep them coming! frankman777(at)gmail.com. Today we have a no-brainer from Richard Bird, who we’ll be hearing more from in future posts. Richard Bird is an application engineer for a transportation company where he builds custom scripts and applications to automate user processes… and … Continue reading The “??” Filtering Trick Many Have Been Implementing All Along Without Knowing it

Dee Jay Doc’s “Action Flow” Demonstrates WorkFlowy Tagging Magic 101, Bringing Together what Many Find Elusive

Today’s post is an encore of Dee Jay Doc’s interview last Thursday. I’m incredibly impressed with how he put together his “Action Flow”. Dee Jay Doc is going to run us through the basics, but you absolutely have to zoom in, hit some tags and tinker with his shared list to see how all of … Continue reading Dee Jay Doc’s “Action Flow” Demonstrates WorkFlowy Tagging Magic 101, Bringing Together what Many Find Elusive