At WorkFlowy, we're entering a new phase focused on improving the product at a much faster pace than we have in recent years. We don't want to do this in a vacuum, though, just building stuff and hoping you'll like it. We need your feedback to help us brainstorm ideas, decide what to work … Continue reading Help Us Design WorkFlowy: Join WorkFlowy Alpha
I'm excited to announce that my good friend Lee Granas has joined WorkFlowy. Lee and I have been dear friends for a really long time. She brings order to chaos and I bring chaos to order, so we're a good pair. We've done side projects together and I've always hoped I'd get a chance to … Continue reading Lee Granas, Organizer Extraordinaire, Has Joined The WorkFlowy Team
WorkFlowy is a tool people have open all day, and for many of us it becomes the hub from which we manage our work and lives. Today, we're releasing what I believe is a genuinely better way to use WorkFlowy: a desktop app that starts up fast, works fully offline, and gives you instant access to … Continue reading The WorkFlowy Desktop App Has Arrived
The WorkFlowy desktop app is almost ready to officially launch. However, we need people to test the new installer for Windows. The new installer is tiny to download, much faster to install, and works on older versions of Windows, so it should be better overall. Please follow these instructions and we should be able to … Continue reading Windows Users: Try The New Installer for the WorkFlowy Desktop App
About a year and a half ago I was talking to my friend Dan about collaboration, and I asked him to describe the best collaborative experience he ever had. He thought for a while and then started talking about what a joy it was working with some guy named Jacob. He described them working closely … Continue reading Welcome Jacob Green to the WorkFlowy Team!
You may have noticed that you can no longer double click on the WorkFlowy logo or the title of the zoomed item to expand all. I'm sure this is frustrating to a lot of people, and I wanted to explain why we did it and what our plans are in relation to expand all. But … Continue reading Why we disabled expand all by double clicking on the page title and logo
Warning: There are a bunch of downsides to restoring from backup if you have a large account. The main one being that it will slow down the application (especially loading) by essentially doubling how much information you have in it. So I suggest you don't try this feature just for kicks. WorkFlowy Pro users have … Continue reading You Can Now DIY Restore From a Dropbox Backup