I received a video with an interesting challenge from Derk, a German music instructor who wanted to see whether he could ditch Excel for WorkFlowy with a specific use case: Was WorkFlowy up to the task of managing which lessons had already been distributed to students - and helping to avoid sending out duplicate content? … Continue reading Dear WorkFlowy: How do I distribute one to all/ all to one?
DISCLAIMER: This is not an official recommendation from the WorkFlowy team. We do not make this app, and we do not officially support it. It may break at any time, and there's nothing we can do about it. Frank, our volunteer blogger helped contribute to it, so we're letting him write about it here. NOTE: HandyFlowy is … Continue reading HandyFlowy Brings WorkFlowy’s Feature-Rich Desktop Goodness (and more) to iOS [+ Android]
On occasion it’d be massively convenient to search and replace in WorkFlowy. This is the simplest way I know how… Some time back, a WorkFlowy user emailed me with a tip on searching and replacing with the “Search and Replace” Chrome extension. After tinkering I dismissed it: It worked its magic before my eyes… but … Continue reading [Automated] Searching and Replacing in WorkFlowy
For all those note-takers and academics out there: Connor Bray-Stone is going to walk us through his kick-butt system for taking and reviewing notes in WorkFlowy, in an easy-to-follow video. His pièce de résistance is a simple, yet smart way of turning reading notes into Q Cards - with the ability to black out keywords … Continue reading Using WorkFlowy as a Note-Taking + Study Retention Tool [Video]
This is for those among us who squeeze a lot out of WorkFlowy in the Chrome browser. This is also for those who like a tad bit of (the “right”) color in their outlines… In my book, I gave an overview of these two browser extensions which are massively popular within the WorkFlowy community: Stylish: … Continue reading Any Background Color You Want for Individual WorkFlowy Lists: Tweaking “Painter For WorkFlowy” Chrome Extension
I had a couple of email chats recently with Jere Greene who tells me, “In a disaster, I am generally assigned as a Government Liaison to an Emergency Operations Center, and having all this information accessible on my laptop computer is most valuable… I discovered WorkFlowy a couple of months ago and got hooked… I … Continue reading A Red Cross El Niño Disaster Response Plan – in WorkFlowy
Ever found yourself Googling special characters you may not even know the names of? Ever wished you had lightning fast access to a couple of your most commonly used symbols as you write in WorkFlowy? I’m going to share with you as complete a Unicode list as you can hope to find anywhere - one … Continue reading The Mother Lode Unicode List