At a first glance, I have to say WorkFlowy looks amazing. A simple yet powerful way of organizing your thoughts/todo’s. Super minimal. Just the way I like it. Definitely a nice addition to how I organize my TeuxDeuxs. Check out the video below.
Unfortunately, I singned up to use it and anything never happened. I could never open the page. In my computer (a new PC – I don’t know if this is the problem…), after creating an “account”, every time I try to access the website to use it, a page from Google Chrome opens in a very weird way. Hope it works for other people because seams a very nice work tool.
Nov 29th, 2010 / 5:50 pm
I don’t like websites that ask for email addresses first without showing me what they do. What’s so wrong about some screenshots or a FAQ list?
Nov 30th, 2010 / 2:58 am
Looks like a nice outliner. Outliners are awesome.
http://checkvist.com/ – awesome outliner and more. Great balance between simplicity and functionality. I use it for brainstorming – great keyboard support.
Nov 30th, 2010 / 6:51 am
@alfora – did the 45 second video not show you enough screenshots of the tool in action?
Nov 30th, 2010 / 7:46 am
It looks a little bit like a online version of Omni Outliner
Nov 30th, 2010 / 7:49 am
Looks great, thanks.
I’m a big fan of OmniFocus for todos (not minimal at all, I know!) but for outlining this looks like a great alternative to OmniOutliner.
Nov 30th, 2010 / 8:16 am
First read about this on lifehacker, I’m already using teuxdeux and trust this blog, so gave it a shot… but who would’ve thought this is so good!?
Already one of my almost-always open tabs, looking forward to the navigation and moving of items getting better.
Nov 30th, 2010 / 2:05 pm
I will have to give it a try. I really like TeuxDeux. Thanks for sharing.
Nov 30th, 2010 / 4:27 pm
also check thinklinkr for a collaborative outliner.
Dec 4th, 2010 / 1:44 am
I´m planing something similar cloud based service called patentr.com. A simple yet powerful way of organizing your ideas, inventions before you file them for as a patent application.
Dec 14th, 2010 / 6:12 am