4 Pretty Useful Things You Can do With Shared WorkFlowy Lists

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With the last 3 posts in this space we’ve delved into collaborating with WorkFlowy. To get the collaboration ball rolling, one has got to share a list. But what if you’re not ready to collaborate? What if you’re a recluse and you like it that way? Well, there’s a little something for everyone with shared WorkFlowy lists. Let’s get to it… Continue reading “4 Pretty Useful Things You Can do With Shared WorkFlowy Lists”

An Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author, Michael Hyatt, on How he Uses WorkFlowy in the Making of his Massively Successful Courses.

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Today I’m joined by Michael Hyatt, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World and co-author of Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want. Michael blogs, podcasts and develops online courses on leadership, productivity and getting your product offerings heard above all the noise. He and his team, Michael Hyatt & Company, serve a readership of nearly a million every month. We’re going to take an inside look at how he uses WorkFlowy in the behind-the-scenes ideation, organization and collaboration of his hugely successful products.

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Tracking Changes in WorkFlowy (à la MS Word) – Viewing Markup, Your Final Draft or the Original Text

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I’m about to walk you through a very real, very useful use case of mine for collaborating in WorkFlowy. If you’ve ever used MS Word’s “Track Changes” tool, you’ll want to bookmark this post for the next time you’re editing someone else’s work in WorkFlowy… That is, if a WorkFlowy user who’s text you’re editing cares to compare the original, the marked up revision and the final draft of their work. Continue reading “Tracking Changes in WorkFlowy (à la MS Word) – Viewing Markup, Your Final Draft or the Original Text”