Register for the 1st WorkFlowy Webinar of 2017!

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I have *free* biweekly WorkFlowy webinars in store for you this year – part of what I’m calling WorkFlowy Academy. Go ahead and register for the January 12th webinar right away. Even if you cannot attend live, I’ll mail you with a link to watch the replay at a better time.

What’s in a WorkFlowy webinar?

In each webinar, you’ll get the chance to:

  • Hang out live with fellow WorkFlowy fans far and wide
  • Learn a handful of WorkFlowy productivity tips
  • Participate in an interactive Q&A
  • Get hands-on practice with shared WorkFlowy templates

What’s in this webinar?

There will be 2 webinars each month… and for the month of January, we’ll be looking at ways to Organize your Brain – with practical dynamics on structuring your incredibly powerful one zoomable document (WorkFlowy).

When is it?

Thursday, January 12th at 11AM PST/ 7PM UTC. Click on the link to see the time in your neck of the woods (It’ll be at 4PM for me in Brazil).

Will there be a replay?

WorkFlowy users from all corners of the globe have asked me about this:

“I’m really looking forward to the screencasts and webinars. Will there be replays of these sessions available? My work schedule and activity schedule with the kids really limits my availability.”

Yes! There will be replays. Register for the webinar and I’ll send you a link via email to watch the replay at a more convenient time for you.

How long is it?

I sent out a poll…  and over 60% of the users who participated opted for 30 minutes:

Where is it?

After a quick registration, you’ll get a link to attend the webinar on your closest desktop or mobile device. I’ll be streaming live from Brazil 🙂

Here’s the registration link once again.

3 Comments

  1. Hi Frank, I watched your webinar today, and found it quite interesting. Thanks for doing this. I noticed at least one person wants to manage repeating tasks. I have developed my own Kanban-style system that does not move items around, easily changes items from one state to another (backlogged, next, now), and handles repeating items. It also automatically keeps documentation of when projects/tasks were completed in case I need that information in the future. I use Keyboard Maestro on a Mac. I have written a short article about it which I can send if you want to share it, but I don’t want to bother you if it is not useful.

    Let me know.
    Rol

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