We got a host of reports from WorkFlowy fans running the new app on their Samsung S8 phones that the keyboard wasn't working properly. We had previously tested the app on the Android Simulator, my Google Pixel 2, and this crazy service that Samsung offers where they have real phones in the cloud you can … Continue reading We Bought a Samsung Galaxy S8 (and Fixed WorkFlowy Thereon)
For the last few months we've been hard at work on the WorkFlowy mobile app. Last month we released the updated WorkFlowy iOS app. Today it is my pleasure to announce that the Android version is complete. This is a major improvement on the old app, and we're excited for you to try it. Highlights Visual … Continue reading WorkFlowy’s New Mobile App For Android is Live!
We have revamped our support site to be more useful and allow people to report bugs, request features, ask questions, and share best practices. You can vote for the things you feel are most useful and we will be commenting officially and trying to interact as much as possible https://workflowy.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/community/topics This page integrates with your … Continue reading New WorkFlowy Community Site
A couple months ago we disabled expand all by double clicking on the page title because it was leading to performance problems on larger accounts and the UI was unintuitive (many people didn't know that it existed or clicked it by accident). We promised that we would bring it back once we had resolved some of … Continue reading The Return of Expand and Collapse All
Like many people, I use WorkFlowy for my To-Do list. I employ a strategy similar to GTD (Getting Things Done) where I add tasks to my Inbox and then sort them later into appropriate categories. We recently updated WorkFlowy so that you can drag an item directly under a collapsed list. When you do so … Continue reading How to Quickly Sort Your Inbox
I am pleased to announce some updates to the interface for moving around bullets in WorkFlowy. Web and Desktop Apps We bid farewell to the moving gray horizontal line and introduce a more modern drag-and-drop experience. You can now drag bullets around visually and place them exactly where you want them to go (provided … Continue reading Drag Bullets to Indent Them