4 Pretty Useful Things You Can do With Shared WorkFlowy Lists

With the last 3 posts in this space we’ve delved into collaborating with WorkFlowy. To get the collaboration ball rolling, one has got to share a list. But what if you’re not ready to collaborate? What if you’re a recluse and you like it that way? Well, there’s a little something for everyone with shared … Continue reading 4 Pretty Useful Things You Can do With Shared WorkFlowy Lists

Collaborating in WorkFlowy – The Proof is in the Pudding

You might be collaborating quite satisfactorily with one tool or another - but until you start collaborating directly in WorkFlowy, you’ll never know how miserably one dimensional everything else is. The uniqueness and power of collaborating in WorkFlowy - as opposed to tools like Email, Google Docs, Slack, Trello and Evernote - is this: Not only … Continue reading Collaborating in WorkFlowy – The Proof is in the Pudding

A Community Index of WorkFlowy Templates

Richard Bird and Derrick Laird have just set up a brand spanking new WorkFlowy templates site.  You get to both search through a growing index of templates... and submit your template links for other WorkFlowyans to peruse and add to their accounts. If you've got any templates that might come in handy to others, pay … Continue reading A Community Index of WorkFlowy Templates

Bob Elliott Uses WorkFlowy to Keep an Inventory of Over 170 Tools On-site

Bob Elliott emails me every other week with new use cases for his WorkFlowy document. He’s really making WorkFlowy work for him. Bob’s simple yet powerful tool inventory we’re going to take a look at today saves him the heartache of having to look for his awl in all the wrong places. Bob tells me: I … Continue reading Bob Elliott Uses WorkFlowy to Keep an Inventory of Over 170 Tools On-site

An Interview With Writer Halsted M. Bernard on Her Work, Using WorkFlowy for Fiction and Writing a Novel in a Month

In today’s interview I pick the brains of one of my favorite bloggers, Halsted M. Bernard. You can find and follow her blog at cygnoir.net. Originally from Northwestern Pennsylvania and currently living in Edinburgh, Scotland, Halsted is heading back stateside in January - where she’ll be getting her bearings in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her … Continue reading An Interview With Writer Halsted M. Bernard on Her Work, Using WorkFlowy for Fiction and Writing a Novel in a Month