Copio e incollo da una mail che mi hanno mandato questa mattina i gestori del sito. La funzionalità più interessante, che mi ha sorpreso di più, è quella del tagging, non mi ero proprio immaginato che esistesse. Si conferma sempre di più uno strumento semplice all’apparenza ma potente nella sostanza, come le cose migliori.
WorkFlowy has a bunch of powerful features under the hood. We’d like to introduce you to a few of them.
- Completing items. Every item can be a task if you want it to be. Once you’ve completed a task, hover over the bullet point of the corresponding item and click “Complete” in the menu that pops up. This will strike out the item.
Your lists can become cluttered with completed items quickly, so we recommend you hide them by clicking on the “Completed: Visible” button in the upper right of the page. There’s also nothing sweeter than completing tasks and seeing them disappear before your eyes.
- Search. WorkFlowy lets you navigate through your lists by expanding them and zooming. But sometimes you forget where you put something. Or maybe you want to bring up all the items that contain a specific word. The search feature lets you filter your WorkFlowy account (or whatever list you’re currently zoomed to) instantly, as you type. Try it by using the search box at the top of the page. If you want to delve deeper, check out our blog post on WorkFlowy’s hidden search operators.
- Sharing and collaboration. You can share or collaborate on any sublist in your WorkFlowy account. This is a powerful feature that lets you turn any portion of your notes, tasks, lists, etc., into a page that others can view or edit (or even add to their own account). They’ll see your updates (and you’ll see theirs) in near-realtime. Click “Share” in the menu that pops up when you hover over a bullet point. Read our blog post on this feature for more info.
- Tagging. Sometimes you want to associate together items that are in different parts of your WorkFlowy tree. Say you have tasks for a trip you’re planning in one area and tasks for a project you’re working on in another. You want to mark tasks in both areas as being “high priority,” and then you want to view only the high priority tasks.
Tags let you do this. Add the tag “#highpriority” to all your high-priority tasks. Then click the tag (once you’ve stopped editing the item) to filter only items with that tag. Click the tag again to turn off filtering.
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