This week we’re talking about Notion. Even if you haven’t had a chance to play with Notion yet you’ve probably heard about it. It’s not for everyone; in part due to its vast potential, it can be a bit hard to get started. But with the right project, it’s an exceptionally useful tool.
Tips & Tools
Notion is a freemium productivity tool that spans the gauntlet of tech tools, combining to-do lists, project tracking, note-taking, and more. Complex “lists” can be turned into databases, and the tool is also commonly used to build wikis. It can even be used for a basic website. Think of it as Evernote on speed.
Want to learn more? Consider checking out the Notion subreddit.
And if you think you’re Nerd enough to take Notion to the next level check out the new Chrome extension that lets you add ChatGPT discussions to Notion.
Who here is trying to figure out what the big deal is about ChatGPT?
Are you interested in a newsletter or a chat about that kind of tech? Drop me a note!
Stat of the week
30 million Notion users.*
Only 4 million of those are paid users, which means the vast majority (86%) of users find value in the free version.
The app is available in multiple languages: English (US), French, Korean, and Japanese.
I’ll be back for more office hours at Blush Cowork in Cary on Wednesday, February 15. Swing by and share your tech troubles! <3