I've been giddy for the last three weeks. Why? Because Stefano J. Attardi has joined the WorkFlowy team, and he's a game changer. I think of him as Super Jesse. Like me, he has a wide range of skills, spanning design and programming. Unlike me, he's really good at all of them. Stefano's frontend … Continue reading A Superhero Has Joined The WorkFlowy Team. His Name is Stefano.
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
For the last few months we've been hard at work on the WorkFlowy mobile app. Today, we're happy to release the first version of the updated WorkFlowy iOS app. This is a major improvement on the old app, and we're excited for you to try it. Highlights Visual refresh gives the app a modern feel … Continue reading WorkFlowy’s New Mobile App For iOS is Live!
Happy 2018 WorkFlowy users! We've decided that it's time to start sharing our thoughts on where we're heading, and what we're working on next. Here's a summary of what we're currently thinking so far for roughly the first eight months or so of 2018. Big Picture Plans Our current plan is to work on the … Continue reading 2018 WorkFlowy RoadMap
Our next major push at WorkFlowy will be to improve the Mobile experience. We know it has a long way to go and a lot of potential, and we're excited to get there! As we dive in, we'd love to hear from you about which features matter most to you in your mobile experience of … Continue reading We’re Working On Mobile: Vote For What You Care About!
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
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
Sign up! Next Thursday, October 26th at 11AM PDT (Pacific Time/ GMT-7/ UTC-7) we'll be hearing from WorkFlowy co-founder, Jesse Patel, and full-stack developer, Jacob Green, about what’s happening right now behind the scenes at WorkFlowy. Go ahead and register for the webinar by clicking on the link below. Even if you cannot make it … Continue reading Webinar: A Chat with Jesse Patel and Jacob Green about what’s in the Pipeline for WorkFlowy
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
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