WorkFlowy user Gwynn was trying to add the following as a comment to the post about using tags for dates. She had trouble, so she emailed us. I thought it looked good, so I'm just adding a post 🙂 Thanks Gwynn!!! To simulate repeating tasks I add a tag to indicate when an item must be repeated … Continue reading A Useful Hack for Repeated Tasks in WorkFlowy
Joe Williams of Zen Optimise came up with this really cool way to work with repetitive content in WorkFlowy. It's so slick, we're probably going to build something like this into WorkFlowy. We asked him to write a guest blog post and make a demo video. Don't pay attention to the annotations in the video above. Just watch what … Continue reading How to Use Text Replacement to Power Through Your Daily Rituals and Repetitive Projects
I just saw a blog post outlining why someone prefers WorkFlowy to other note taking and list making tools. It included the gif above. I liked the summary, because it emphasized something that's hard to describe: that WorkFlowy excels at helping people think clearly, and link thoughts together. Have a read if you like, it's called, … Continue reading WorkFlowy Is For Thinking
If you use Swype, you can now hit enter and it will create a new line, as expected. Enjoy Swyping! Update: Unfortunately, we have had to disable this change. It created a serious bug in the normal iOS app, causing hitting delete with one character left in an item to also trigger a "return" event, and thereby … Continue reading Better support for Swype and 3rd party keyboards on iOS 8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-JA8A9rXe4&h=315&showinfo=0&controls=2&rel=0 It used to be that in search mode, you only saw: Items matching your search, Their descendants Their ancestors. This annoyed a lot of people, especially those who use tags heavily, because sometimes they needed to explore their WorkFlowy document while a filter was active. Now, you can do just that, you can expand any list while … Continue reading WorkFlowy Feature: Expand While in Search Mode
You can now paste hierarchical lists from either Microsoft Word, or from a plain text editor, and WorkFlowy will maintain the hierarchy of the text. This is a basic feature that we're really happy to finally support.
Productivity Mashup has invented something called Kanban Calendar, which is a mashup of several of their favorite productivity systems. They've applied the concept of Kanban Calendar to WorkFlowy, and you should check it out. The video above is one of a few from the article showcasing the system, so check out the article for the full treatment.http://www.productivitymashup.com/blog/2014/8/17/kanban-calendar-workflowy