Looking for the easiest way to organize huge quantities of data in hierarchy levels, like lists inside lists inside lists…
- John Xie made this productTaskade is a collaborative productivity tool to make structured lists of things. It's like a todo list, but much smarter. Create tasks, outlines, notes, kanban boards, and mind maps in hierarchical list format. We created Taskade to be as flexible as possible, without compromising on functionalities and ease of use.
- The old and classic WF, maybe the father of them all. So minimal yet so powerful. Even though a bit outdated since it's not been improved or iterated since so many years. Anyway, don't think WF needs much of an introduction to Product Hunters.
- Todoist is a great app for structuring lists and categorizing
- In the old days I found Moo.do to be a more modern and nicer version of WorkFlowy but now it turned out to be most focused on being more an email manager than an outliner.
- Dynalist has more options than WorkFlowy and it is constantly developing while WF seems to be abandoned and hasn't been updated in years. The drawback of Dynalist is it's ever sloppy and ugly UI.A ton of features, flexible and easy to start with. It also run on linux on top of other OS
- Nils Janse made this productIf you are a product manager, check our Delibr! It is an outliner especially made with product managers in mind. It has a Jira integration that allows you to do feature discovery in an outliner document, write user stories as bullets with more details as sub-bullets, and then select them all and batch-add them as Jira issues. Within Jira, the relevant part of the document will then by synced and visible via a Jira plugin. It also has the normal outliner features like zoom and expland/collapse, as well as collaborative features like comments and also a neat way to facilitate the decision-making that happens as a feature is in discovery/grooming.
- I just started using it to organize a large spreadsheet of Product Hunt data. It still has some limitations (for instance, you can't widen row heights on a spreadsheet), but it's a great tool for organizing data with multiple tags/hierarchy levels.
- 2CheckvistThe interface is very no fuss no bother. Just click, something happens, it's what you wanted and you're done. The power is in the shortcut keys.
- Kind of simpler less overengineered Todoist.