Notion, a new hope?

There is a vast amount of task-managements apps out there. So huge that it's only rivalled by note-taking apps. Or the other way around. Or they're equally large. Nobody knows for sure, because their number remains a mystery. Among them is Notion. Notion is a Web-App that claims to be an All-in-one workspace.

Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. Notion is all you need — in one tool.

And the weird thing is: that may actually be true.

This is not a sponsored post. It may seem like it, but I'm just a huge fan of Notion and I'm super pumped about it.

It's basically a block-based wiki. You create pages that are made up of what Notion calls "blocks". There are the basic blocks like todos, headlines, images and such among with basic formatting tools. But the real power is in the more complex blocks: Tables, Kanban Boards, Template Buttons.

Before Notion I had a hand full of private Trello boards, some simple Airtables and all my Tasks within Things and a Bullet Journal.

Now it's just Notion and a Bullet Journal.

One day I might give an insight into how I set my Notion up. Until then, you should really check it out yourself. It's free for 1000 blocks (which is plenty) and it only costs 4$ per month if you want more.

First Post; Getting To Done.

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