How about a shared workflowy list of the features you are working on and their order in your queue?

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    Anton

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    Yes, have one source of truth would be awesome.

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    Hey folks,

    Currently we can't commit to a roadmap of what we're going to be doing week by week... but we are working at quite a pace.

    You can keep up with the latest whispers of what's on the horizon if you join the WorkFlowy Users Group on Slack. Shoot me an email at help@workflowy.com for a Slack invite.

    ~ Frank

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    Keith Crone

    What a waste of an opportunity here. Nobody is asking for a commitment. Just an idea of what is going on. Shared lists are a selling point, no? Then share one. If you change it because priorities change, then change it.

    We use YOUR platform. And you have the ability to share information in YOUR platform. But instead, we have to use this outdated site or sign up for Slack, which some may never use. Why not just share the information in Workflowy? 

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    Hi Keith, you can join us on Slack for a great interactive opportunity. Chat directly with team members... get announcements of up-and-coming testing for new features... which we would prefer not to test with the entire WorkFlowy populace. 

    Here are the weekly release notes in a WorkFlowy list... it's past, though... not future:

    https://workflowy.com/s/workflowy-release-notes/aaEJNvR2y2xlu3s1

    We could do a better job, I'm convinced... so how about getting stuck in where the community is at? It's up to you.

     

     

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    Keith Crone

    That's great the Workflowy fosters a community in Slack. I'm sure many in your user base have no need to interact with Jesse&Co. We're just here to use WFy.
    But to that end, it seems like that's exactly what you should want us to do: use Workflowy. Not Slack. Nor Twitter or Facebook or any other information sharing medium when you can literally share all information from Workflowy...inside Workflowy. It seems like you should have shared lists running all over the place with tips and suggestions and ideas and everything under the sun that Workflowy may share.
    It really, truly seems like a wasted opportunity to showcase this particular feature of Workflowy...and subsequently the entire product.

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    @keith, noted! 

     

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    Neil

    @frank The link to the Release Notes in a Workflowy list is useful - thanks

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