Last year I wrote a post on a really smart (but rather convoluted) way of “tracking changes” in WorkFlowy, à la Microsoft Word (that is, for those who use WorkFlowy for collaborative purposes). It worked rather well for me at the time – but I’ve since moved onto a solution that requires zero hacks and doesn’t conflict with what your … Continue reading Tracking Changes – WorkFlowy and Google Docs Play Nicely
Some time back I came out with a post on The Power of Reading Books in WorkFlowy. Once in a while I do get books into WorkFlowy. Books that I want to suck the marrow out of. That’s a full-blown post you should check out… but how about the aesthetics of reading? Aesthetics that make it that much … Continue reading Reading ‘The Art of War’ in WorkFlowy. In style.
A couple of moons back I came out with a post on the Workflowy Re-Painter style which allowed us to tweak Painter for WorkFlowy’s 17 punch-you-in-the-face colors and tone them down (or choose your own colors). But what this didn’t allow is for us to get background colors for lists in any browser… and we couldn’t create our … Continue reading 140+ Background Colors for Your WorkFlowy Lists
I wrote a post a short while back on the “Forever Calendar”. What the Forever Calendar gives us is every possible day-date combination that could possibly exist in 7 quick-copy lists. The shared list I’m bringing to you today, I think, (1) brings a welcome aesthetic change to your calendar lists… as well as (2) a … Continue reading The Genius “Forever Calendar” Template – V.2
UPDATE: The webinar replay can be seen here: PhraseExpress Webinar... or on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojrgrebC2fE I’ve written and blogged about how to augment WorkFlowy with a free text expansion app called PhraseExpress (Mac and Windows) for quite some time now. Some of the more significant use cases I’ll be presenting in the upcoming WorkFlowy webinar next Thursday, July 20th. The gist … Continue reading WEBINAR: Automate WorkFlowy Like Never Before With PhraseExpress
I recently had a chat with Ernest Hebert, retired 25-year-plus professor of creative writing at Dartmouth College. Author of “The Old American” and “Never Back Down”, Ernie is best known for The Darby Chronicles - including award winners, “The Dogs of March” and “Spoonwood”. For those engaged in writing of any form, Ernie gives some excellent insight … Continue reading Interview with Ernest Hebert, Award-Winning Author and Professor of Creative Writing at Dartmouth College
Let’s say you’re reading an online article or an ebook in any desktop application… and you want to grab a highlighted portion of text > paste it to WorkFlowy > and continue reading where you left off. You can do this with just 1 keyboard shortcut... Reading in your browser In the below GIF all … Continue reading Getting Multiple Text Snippets into WorkFlowy Without Skipping a Beat