Export OPML allowing writing workflow with text processors (e.g. Scrivener)
Although Moo.do can import OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language), it is still lacking OPML export.
By importing/exporting OPML Moo.do could become a hub for exchange of data across applications, since this is the ubiquitous format adopted by outline programs.
I've adopted a handy and productive workflow by starting my text drafts in Workflowy, finishing them in Scrivener, a text processors that handles OPML. I would migrate my writing workflow to Moo.do if it could export OPML.
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Can't agree with Jorge more.
I spent three days to compare workflowy.com, dynalist.io, moo.do and nition.so, and Moo is the best.
However, Moo does not provide exporting OPML files, thus I use dynalist.io as my main outline tool which supports OPML export and manual backup for FREE. Each backup document comes in two formats: plain text and OPML. And its pro account provides automatic backup to Google drive.
For some complicated projects, I export them from dynalist using OPML format and import them into Moo.
We do have concerns about saving lots of data in a startup company who does not provide OPML export.
Please kindly consider adding this feature. We'd love to subscribe paid account.
Thanks for your great work.
Even huge/sold companies, like Google and Microsoft, have been known for discontinuing products that have wide acceptance. So data export is an essential piece of gaining trust from users, and ensuring comittment fears are minimized.
As a user of a startup new product/service... there is always a big concern regarding an exit strategy in case the product/service fails and disappears (along with all the time you have dedicated to input and maintain the data it has).
Exporting OPML files provides a super easy exit strategy that brings peace of mind to potential new users, and insurance against the company failing.
In conclusion, it makes it easier for us to put our trust in your product/service.
Additionally for complex projects where you need to work resource loading dependencies schedules Etc where you might want to first do your brainstorming in moodo and then export to a project management software likeMS project the opml export is a must
This is also a great way to setup a local backup of your information. Moo.do is so great and flexible that a way to backup all that information to offline files is needed. We should be able to export to OPML files stored locally in our PC's and then be able to reimport from them at any point where a failure, miss delete, or computer failure occurs.