Please participate in the first-ever Notion user survey

Notion user survey

Welcome to the first-ever Notion user survey – a valuable research project that will shed light on this valuable productivity tool and how you and your peers are using it. Your input is very important!

Notion is at a fascinating point in its evolution: its feature set has matured to the point where people are doing some really cool things with it. At the same time, the number of users is really starting to accelerate – over a million! This makes it an ideal time to take stock of where we are now with Notion: How you’re using it, and how it ought to evolve in the months and years ahead.

That’s why I created the first-ever Notion user survey.

What’s in it for you?

For those of you who are already using Notion, it will give you important insights into how your use of it compares to your peers. It will also shed light on the ways in which the nature of work is evolving, and how Notion’s powerful, flexible toolset helps you meet those needs.

For those of you who are wondering what all the excitement is about, this survey will reveal how it can help you be more productive, creative and effective in your work.

Finally, this research will give the developer a valuable snapshot of how you’re using Notion now, and how you’d like to see it evolve in the near future. I’ve previewed this survey with their staff, and they’re SUPER excited about it!

Support the Notion community

notion user survey

Please take 5 minutes to participate in this important research. Your insights will help the world to understand just how remarkable Notion really is!

Click here to take the survey

 

PLEASE NOTE: You must be a current user of Notion to participate in this survey.

One thought on “Please participate in the first-ever Notion user survey

  1. Dragan Ruzic

    I’d love to participate in the Survey but I still haven’t started using Notion.
    It’s the issue with the offline mode, and I cannot invest neither time nor money until my Notion data is primarily local, and then synced with the online servers.
    Something like Evernote.
    Notion is so much more versatile and so modular that I’m getting dizzy from all the options, I would leave Evernote if you give us local storage and that the WebClipper in Notion gets as good as in Evernote

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