Recently I came across the following WorkFlowy question on Twitter: Twitter is great for getting to the point, but often one might come across as unloving, uncaring and unsympathetic. This post is quite the opposite… it’s loving, caring and sympathetic toward those who’d like to simplify their link life in WorkFlowy. Perhaps a tad more … Continue reading 8 Secrets to a Better Link Life – a Mixed Bag of WorkFlowy Tips.
I recently had a chat with Martine Ellis from (martineellis.com) about how she puts WorkFlowy to work behind the scenes with her podcasting. To follow, there's also a link to a podcast interview she did with me a couple of days ago. A few things I've gleaned about Martine: Martine is from Guernsey, an island in the … Continue reading How Martine Ellis uses WorkFlowy to Stay on Cue with her Podcasting
I’ve got a dead-easy WorkFlowy scheduling system for those who don’t have a fixed, predictable daily routine… especially if you’re the boss of you - or you have a significant amount of time between fixed events - and you’d like to try and make it one of those carpe diem days. This little productivity booster is … Continue reading Get a Grip on Your Day with Kanban Scheduling in WorkFlowy
I’ve long since had a love affair with tags and tag indexes. Today I’d like to narrow things down and talk about using tag indexes to easily access “contexts within contexts”… and announce that fate and fortune have favored all of WorkFlowydom - by giving us a way to automate the creation of these tag indexes: … Continue reading WorkFlowy Tag Indexes and The #Super | #cali | #fragi | #listic | #expi | #ali | #docious “TagIndex” Bookmarklet
Focus doubles your effort and saves you time… and time might equate to money. It does for me. If you’re a writer of some shape or flavor (and especially if you’re a translator) I’ve got some WorkFlowy tips that will create that much more focus right there in the thick of your workflow. Ghost Bullets … Continue reading “Ghost Bullets” and Completed Items Bring Focus to Writers and Translators