I love Workflowy because of its collapsible feature. White space works for me and keeping all of my ideas in Workflowy makes it simple to unscramble.
Finding the right set of tech is a mission for every entrepreneur. I use Workflowy as a quick capture. I can take my idea right when I get it, and I can organize it now or later. What is workflowy about?
Workflowy is an infinitely expandable and collapsible bullet point list.
Each bullet point is its own page, or just a bullet.
You can have kanban style boards if you’d like, as well. Or checklists that disappear or don’t when you’ve checked it off. But mostly I use bullets. For me, boards don’t work well. Bullets work. I always found Asana and Trello to be way too much. And a 2000 page word document? No thanks, dude.
*Poof* All your ideas disappear.
But they’re still right there! Nested, right where I left them.
Bullet Points that just keep
and then they’re gone. But they’re still there!
It’s the collapsible feature that really does it for me. I appreciate white space when I’m working.
Collapsibility is my favorite feature. You can try Workflowy for free, but it’s very limited. I paid $48 for a year’s access pretty quickly. #worthit
Workflowy uses slash commands like WordPress and Notion. You can easily pull up many options like adding headings or changing bullets and their underlings to check marks or a board. If you’re already using WordPress for blogging, you know how to navigate your new favorite list before you even begin!
DO you ever wish you could have a note update in a few places? That’s what Mirrors do!
You can have the same bullet mirrored in two places. So let’s say you keep a project under “Projects” But you’re also working on it “Today”.
You can just make a mirror of the entire Project under “Today” and just delete it when you’re done. It’s still there, in Projects.
Workflowy is an important piece of my workflow. Most other project management systems feel very strange to me. I’m not really into the kanban thing. Maybe if I had an 8-foot-long computer monitor, but I do not.
Workflowy works for me because it is instantly collapsible to lots of white space.