I am new to Workflowy, but try to increasingly use it. It is already much improved over "Trello", which I used until now to dump information, simply because Trello already helped a lot with categorization and branching. All this because to me, I cannot get used to Evernote, even with sub-notebooks and tags, Evernote for me doesn't create a "call to action", but just is a big information-dump for the most part. I don't see a way to infinitely branch out in Evernote, as I can easily in Workflowy, suggestions are welcome. (As said, as of now tags don't do it for me, because I was unable to develop a consistent tag-hierarchy or saved-searches. And then there is the extra effort...)
Yet I noted two problems when using "Workflowy":
1). As in Evernote and Trello, I of course started to dump stuff into Workflowy that is more than just one line of text, there is simply no way around it (if I want to avoid excessive linking within Workflowy, to Evernote or to elsewhere). By itself this is no problem, but most often I cannot break down these paragraphs (or don't want to). Which leads not only to quickly filling a page (or more - which I despise), but gives me the cluttered result that I hoped to avoid in the first place. But I simply don't know how to deal with big chunks of text in a better way (i.e. how to structure those chunks or how to give them a meaningful, useful heading?) - any ideas? I could provide you with a sample dump from my Workflowy...
2). I usually put hyperlinks in the note of a one-lined header. I don't usually put notes or hyperlinks below content that is more than "one line" (in standard 100% zoom view). And I don't put more than one hyperlink per note, as I fear it could get messy and lost due to lack of any formatting capabilities. How would you deal with situations where you end up with 2+ hyperlinks (that need to continue to reside!) at the same level/layer of informational depth?