For the 'week' view in Calendar, have the option to have Monday as the first day of the week8 votes
This setting is now in the General settings.
It would be great, if a Windows app/program could be made available.
The closest possibilities to that atm, is the Chrome App or using Moo.Do from Mailbird.
I would prefer a downloadable installer, rather then a Windows Store App, but both would be great possibilities, in my opinion.6 votes
Done! The windows app is at https://www.moo.do/lnk/windows
Words + images = complete information management61 votes
I want to be able to mode items up and down using ctrl+up and ctrl+down.1 vote
As Joe Aston mentioned, you can move items with Alt + Shift + Up / Alt + Shift + Down. let us know if you have more details and we shouldn’t have closed this.
Would be awesome if we got a native Mac app, with appropriately sized icon.18 votes
Done! Download the Mac app at https://www.moo.do/lnk/mac/
Will there be an update in the free version (or in the paid one) for adding little texts/notes to each point like in Workflowy (if one presses shift+enter - you get space to outline your projects) --> I GOT HUGE lists in workflowy, but I would swop to yours, if I could import it in a way that the additional notes - weren't as seperate list points - but also imported as notes.11 votes
Yes, like Workflowy. Currently it's hard to see when parent lines are within the same hierarchy when there are many open outlines underneath. A vertical line connecting the parent bullets would help in knowing they are at the same hierarchy level.24 votes
We just added visible tree structure lines to Moo.do as part of our display settings: http://www.moo.do/blog/display-settings/
I see you intend simplicity, and that is OK. But maybe a partial support for Markdown will keep the context "100% text" while allowing for some basic formatting such as bold, italic, underline, and links.
I know one can write an URL and it will be clickable, but a "human-readable" description for the link would be nice.
Block elements of Markdown (http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#block) might possibly make no sense, since the structure of the Moo.do document is the outline itself. But I think the span elements (http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#span) fit the philosophy of the application.195 votes
We added Markdown support in the Outline, with # for headers, – or + or * for bullets, [ or  or [ ] for tasks. And it also supports formatting, [links](links.com), and
-for horizontal line. Thanks for the suggestion! Let us know how you like the change and if we can make it better.
Guys, you really really need an UNDO function because as you are learning you are very likely to erase the top of an outline string and then start hitting your head against the desk repeatedly like I'm doing now...18 votes
I'd like to be able to rearrange (reorder) panes, preferably by drag and drop. This becomes more important as more types of pane become available. Thanks for considering.11 votes
Parent tasks where not bold! I need to see every item in the same type, you recognise parent items because they have a little arrow. Please let us remove the automatic and fixed bold texts. [This is one of the things WorkFlowy still does better done Moo.do]1 vote
We just added a setting to toggle automatic bolding to Moo.do as part of our display settings: http://www.moo.do/blog/display-settings/
It would really love to choose and attach Evernote Notes to task items.
I hate Evernote (necessary evel) but the genius of Moo.do would make it so much more bearable.85 votes
Done. This will be in our upcoming performance update
When you Ctrl-Click on a tag in Web view (e.g., #errands), it adds the hashtag to the search. It doesn't do this in iOS mobile. It would be great if it did this!4 votes
It would be nice to copy from other softwares with hierarchical structure and past in the MOO.DO50 votes
We’ll set up our paste handling to parse for tabs and spaces and use that for hierarchy. Thanks for the suggestion!
change font and size, pls or resolution14 votes
We added custom font sizes as one of the premium display settings. Also, the “Outliner” theme has a slightly larger font.
You can get to Display Settings in the gear menu at the top right.
Thanks for the suggestion!
I would like the ability to add multiple email addresses to my account. This way I do not have to decide between my personal and work email (especially once the gmail feature is complete.) Also, it will allow me to import all my contacts from both email addresses.29 votes
We added support for multiple email addresses. See the blog post about it here: https://www.moo.do/blog/multiuser/
We do not yet have contacts syncing with multiple accounts yet, but we are planning to.
Thanks for the suggestion!
Add interface button, to collapse / expand all items29 votes
This was actually completed a while ago but we forgot to update it on uservoice. There’s now a few ways to complete all items:
Double clicking the title of the current parent as Brandon suggested
A button in the More menu at the top right of a pane
Ctrl + Shift + ,Collapse all top-level items
Ctrl + Shift + .
Ctrl + Shift + Space
Alt + Shift + ,Collapse all top-level items
Alt + Shift + .
Alt + Shift + Space
Make available to move panes around and put them vertically on top of each other so the half screen is one pane, other half - other pane. Would be great on smaller pc screens! (also in the Mailbird - so I don't have to choose one pane, but in this way use 2 or even 3)47 votes
We just added bullet points to Moo.do as part of our display settings: http://www.moo.do/blog/display-settings/
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