Starting to use Notion

I think I have tried every possible Project and Task Management tool out there, but always ran into a wall where I felt that the tool was limiting me in how to structure my workflow in managing notes, tasks and projects. Before Notion I was using TickTick for task management, Evernote for notes (meeting notes, project and task specs) and had no overview of my own projects. For timetracking I am using (and will continue to use) EverHour, Notion exporting of time reports is not as refined.

But what is Notion?? You can think of Notion like a bag of Legos, where you can draw up your own structure, layouts and workflows. Below is an example of a simple Kanban style board of Tasks, but you can structure this in any way you like.

As I am just starting my Notion journey, I am using it as a Note taking tool and Task Manager. I have built my own dashboard where I list all my todos, most recent notes and my little habit tracker.

I encourage you to try it out if you are like me and want things to work "just so". There are a lot of resources out there for those who want to get started using Notion, and I encourage you to check them out. Notionpages is one I have been using a lot, and if you have the time, there are a lot of Youtube tutorials taking you through the first steps.

If you want some help getting started using Notion, you can of course contact me and we can get the ball rolling together.

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