Better Daily Digests – A Splash of Color in your Inbox

I am thrilled to announce some gorgeous improvements to the Daily Digest emails that WorkFlowy has been sending for years now (to those of you that are subscribed). We have made these emails dramatically more useful by adding line level diffs, color coding, and attribution. One of the best things about making lists is the satisfaction of crossing … Continue reading Better Daily Digests – A Splash of Color in your Inbox

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

October has been a busy month here at the WorkFlowy Haunted Mansion. Our software zombies have been hard at work improving the product in a myriad of ways, many of which are important but don't necessarily merit their own blog post. In that spirit, we are announcing WorkFlowy Release Notes. We usually release on Tuesdays. You can visit this … Continue reading It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

WorkFlowy Mobile: Swipe To Delete

The moment we started gathering feedback our new mobile apps, people started pleading, "Please let us delete stuff!!!!" So, today we're delighted to do exactly that. To delete something, just swipe from right to left on it. You have to swipe pretty far, because we didn't want to trigger this accidentally. If you delete something … Continue reading WorkFlowy Mobile: Swipe To Delete

WorkFlowy’s New Mobile App For Android is Live!

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!

The Return of Expand and Collapse All

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