Tracking Changes – WorkFlowy and Google Docs Play Nicely

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

The Kanban Calendar for Tracking Tasks in WorkFlowy

In the February 23rd  WorkFlowy webinar, we looked at task management using the Kanban Calendar. The Kanban Calendar is a mashup of the GTD-ish Ticker File, the Eisenhower Matrix and basic Kanban principles. Plus there's a way to totally automate it with the "Forever Calendar", linked to below. Here's the Kanban Calendar screencast we looked at … Continue reading The Kanban Calendar for Tracking Tasks in WorkFlowy

Register for the 3rd WorkFlowy Webinar on Task Management

UPDATE: The webinar scheduled for February 16th has been postponed to February 23rd. If you had previously registered for February 16th, please go ahead and re-register via the link below.  The 3rd of our biweekly WorkFlowy Academy webinars will be 2 weeks from now! We'll have a demonstration of how to manage your tasks in WorkFlowy using … Continue reading Register for the 3rd WorkFlowy Webinar on Task Management

The Genius “Forever Calendar” Template – Never Manually Create Calendar Lists in WorkFlowy Again. Ever.

Maybe you’ve never warmed to the idea of having a calendar of chronological dates in WorkFlowy because you’re put off by the idea of manually setting it up - One. List. At. A. Time. I used to have my own way of automating it all… but still, I wanted it to be simpler. A WorkFlowy … Continue reading The Genius “Forever Calendar” Template – Never Manually Create Calendar Lists in WorkFlowy Again. Ever.

Get a Grip on Your Day with Kanban Scheduling in WorkFlowy

I’ve got a dead-easy WorkFlowy scheduling system for those who don’t have a fixed, predictable daily routine… especially if you’re the boss of you - or you have a significant amount of time between fixed events - and you’d like to try and make it one of those carpe diem days. This little productivity booster is … Continue reading Get a Grip on Your Day with Kanban Scheduling in WorkFlowy

WFcount bookmarklet now counts time

I posted a couple of weeks ago on how one might use the WFcount bookmarklet tool to count tags with my Lifelogging system and Don’t Break the Chain routines. Rawbytz has now expanded WFcount to allow us to calculate how much time we’ve spent on any particular project or activity - with the click of a bookmarklet. … Continue reading WFcount bookmarklet now counts time