I guess if this is the only case where there’s an option, that’s fine. However, I’ll be Mr. Slippery Slope here, and argue that such a move will open the floodgates for more options and settings.
What is beautiful about Workflowy is how simple it is. It doesn’t have a bunch of settings and options. I’m even leery about the font, format, and color options that Pro offers. We just have so many options these days, when it comes to a platform made for organizing, focusing, and getting things done — more options and settings are usually counterproductive to the purpose of the platform.
I guess perhaps I’m overcautious, but I’ve used and left behind so, so many task management systems precisely because there were too many options — to many temptations to tweak, change, and experiment — rather than just using it to organize and produce.