A couple of moons back I came out with a post on the Workflowy Re-Painter style which allowed us to tweak Painter for WorkFlowy’s 17 punch-you-in-the-face colors and tone them down (or choose your own colors). But what this didn’t allow is for us to get background colors for lists in any browser… and we couldn’t create our … Continue reading 140+ Background Colors for Your WorkFlowy Lists
Markdown fans know they can write anywhere using the simplest of Markdown syntax. Versatility and scalability are but 2 words that come to mind. I want to woo you into writing in WorkFlowy - and away from your favorite Markdown editor. There’s all the reason in the world why and zero reasons why not. Just the … Continue reading WorkFlowy + Markdown = ❤
Recently I came across the following WorkFlowy question on Twitter: Twitter is great for getting to the point, but often one might come across as unloving, uncaring and unsympathetic. This post is quite the opposite… it’s loving, caring and sympathetic toward those who’d like to simplify their link life in WorkFlowy. Perhaps a tad more … Continue reading 8 Secrets to a Better Link Life – a Mixed Bag of WorkFlowy Tips.
As your use of WorkFlowy expands, you’ll be doing a lot more than creating lists. You might want to give life logging or journaling a go. Then there’s task management and project outlining, long-form writing, threshing out your blog posts… or just thinking about thinking. You might very well want to have different fonts for … Continue reading Different Fonts for Different WorkFlowy Outlines
A year ago I moved to an apartment right on the beach. My last apartment, a block away from the beach, had me staring at a travel agency's Disney World billboard. A small adjustment makes all the difference in the world. Well-chosen background images, visible while you’re typing on an opaque overlay, can and will … Continue reading Background Images for Both Light and Dark WorkFlowy Themes
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]
Wouldn’t it be perfect if we could highlight just the snippets of an article we wanted and then harvest them all in one go, ready to slot into a WorkFlowy outline? Less work. Less fuss. I think WorkFlowy is more about doing and less about hoarding. So we’re going to look at how the brilliant … Continue reading Gathering Text from the WWW – Making it Short and Sweet