In this in-depth interview, Valentin Perez reveals his innovative approach to using Notion to be more creative, mindful and effective.
Notion boosts user productivity 20-30%, survey shows
Notion provides its users with significant increases in productivity, creativity and the confidence to take on complex projects. Those are among the findings of the first annual independent Notion user survey. The purpose of this survey was to take the…
10 ways you can use Notion to be wickedly creative
Notion’s flexibility makes it an amazingly versatile creativity tool. Here are 10 ways in which it can help you brainstorm, capture and develop your ideas
Notion Made Simple: A “must” learning investment for success with this tool
If you’re struggling to understand how to use Notion to get things done, there’s a new solution you need to know about: the new Notion Made Simple e-course from Francesco D’Alessio and DottoTech. It’s the best Notion training you can find anywhere – period.
Ivan Zhao reflects on the thinking behind Notion
We recently interviewed founder Ivan Zhao to learn the origin story of Notion, and to get his take on the evolving nature of work today and how his modular masterpiece enables it.
Please participate in the first-ever 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!
How to get the most out of Notion with Francesco D’Alessio
If you need help understanding how to get started with Notion, there’s no better place to go than the Keep Productive YouTube channel, hosted by Francesco D’Alessio. Here’s a closer look at this remarkable content creator.
Why your Notion desktop needs a work in process section
Even if you don’t create a kanban board in Notion, creating a work in process section on your desktop can help you to be significantly more productive. Here’s why.
Notion’s “blank page” challenge
Notion is facing a challenge that any developer of creative software encounters. I call it the “blank page“ challenge – getting new users onboarded.