In databases, you can store entries with various property types, then view those entries in filtered and sorted views. That makes Notion a widely versatile tool for managing complex endeavors where multiple initiatives contain multiple projects, and those projects contain multiple tasks.

Flex the power of Notion databases to keep your team in sync and execute your endeavors efficiently and effectively. Let's construct a sophisticated roadmap with initiatives, projects and tasks.

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In this guide, you will:

1. Create a new database

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2. Describe your terminology

You can add helpful context to the description section of any Notion database:

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3. Configure properties

Add properties that will help track your epics, tasks, bugs and sprints. Consider how you'll want to sort and filter them. Our example includes these properties: