Strikethrough Formatting

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    Mary McCauley-Stiff

    I voted for this because I'm making decisions to NOT do something, and I want a record that I decided to not do it. If there's another way to handle this, please let me know.

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    Ben Dahl

    I also strongly desire Strikethrough formatting. I don't want to mark something as completed, I want to strike it out signifying that a change has been made, not that it was completed.

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    Jennifer Ellen Mueller

    Agreed. I would like to have Strikethrough formatting in order to see a complete list. Once deleted or completed, I can no longer see an item, which is great once the whole task is complete, but I also need a way to show what was partially done, without waiting for my daily report. 

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    George Jardim

    Strikethrough formatting would be a great addition.  I often have a semi-completed item for which some info will have to changed, but I don’t want to lose the old parts.  It would help if I could strikethrough the now obsolete parts, while leaving the valid parts and still having the strikethrough parts to remind me of the original arguments.  Please do this, team!

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    Signe Bjorvatn

    There is already a function for it! On a mac, you press cmd + enter. On a windows, it's ctrl + fn. 

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    Jennifer Ellen Mueller

    I just tried that on my windows, and it didn't work. I highlighted the item and hit ctrl + fn and it didn't do anything :-(

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    Hi Jennifer, 

    What Signe is talking about is not the strikethrough as requested on this thread... it's WorkFlowy's way of completing items (and hiding them if you want)... which does strike items through... but does not strike through selected/ highlighted text. The keyboard shortcut for that is Ctrl+Enter. If you test that out, you'll see what I mean...

     

     

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    Kaleb

    Just saw this cause I had the same question.

    Ctrl + Enter totally does it! Thanks Frank!

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