Personal Productivity for Lawyers
This quick-start guide to Getting Things Done and Inbox Zero also includes two shortcuts for those who want the benefits of GTD without having to learn the system.
Having trouble organizing notes and to-do lists in a way that helps you complete tasks? Before you get another freaky tattoo, check out Workflowy.
It just may be the world’s best tool for taking notes and making lists.
Here’s why I believe WorkFlowy will soon be one of your favorite productivity tools too.
I could try to explain how Workflowy works, but fortunately for us both, there are these videos:
Getting Started With Workflowy
To me, the real “magic” of Workflowy is its simplicity in zooming in and out of different “pieces of work” and the ability to tag and filter.
Tagging & Filtering
Workflowy has a bunch of other basic commands including: search, move, complete, star and duplicate.
Workflowy has recently added sharing and collaboration over any sublist. Violin teacher Paul Wood has shared an example Workflowy he uses to communicate with students on his blog.
How much does Workflowy Cost?
Currently, Workflowy is free. With the free account, you can create 500 WorkFlowy items per month. However, if you need more, there are two ways to get more.
For every person you tell about WorkFlowy, they’ll give you both 250 more monthly items.
You can also upgrade to WorkFlowy Pro which is $4.99 per month, or $49 if you pay for a year. A Pro account also includes some additional functionality:
Coming Soon to Workflowy
While Workflowy currently lacks some of the key-features that you find in other to-do list tools (i.e. dates, calendar view, reminders), like Remember the Milk, most of Workflowy’s major faults are on the roadmap:
What features are coming up for WorkFlowy?
The following are some of the features we plan on building into WorkFlowy. We’ll implement them with the standard WorkFlowy style and simplicity.
- Offline access
- Dates & reminders
- Better importing options
- Colors and formatting
- Collaboration improvements
While Workflowy might not be the right fit in terms of comprehensive project management, I’ve found it ideal for organizing lists and notes.
Reviewed by Gyi Tsakalakis on .
Summary: The note-taking list-making tool.
Description: Quite simply, Workflowy is probably the best tool for taking notes and making list ever.