Work together in real-time
You can edit the same page at the same time with an unlimited number of people.
Their profile photos will show you where they're looking or working on the page.
Edits and comments made by everyone will appear to you instantly.
🕘clock icon at the top right on the page to see who made what changes and when.
Start a conversation
There are several ways to communicate with your teammates inside Notion — hopefully helping you cut down on meetings and status checks.
Mention a teammate
Want to get someone's attention on a page?
Mention them by typing
@followed by their name anywhere on a page.
You'll see a menu pop up that will search for the person in real time. Press
They'll be notified of your mention with a link directly to it in
All Updates(or with a push notification if they are on the desktop or mobile app).
Leave a comment
Comments let you attach your thoughts, questions, or opinions to specific content on a page.
To leave a comment on a page, click the
Commentright underneath its title.
To leave a comment on text, highlight it, and click
Commentin the menu that pops up.
To leave a comment on an image, embed, or other type of block, you can click the
•••that appears at the top right or the
⋮⋮icon that appears to the left on hover. Choose
Commentfrom the menu that pops up. (You can also right click to bring it up!)
You can @-mention your colleagues in comments to get their attention.
Never miss a thing
Notion is built for asynchronous communication. You'll be notified if someone needs you or if a page you care about has been changed.
All Updatesat the top of your left sidebar. This is where we collect all notifications concerning you.
If you've been mentioned, you'll see a red badge with the number of mentions waiting for you next to
All Updates. This disappears when you click to view them.
Followingto see a running list of changes that have been made on pages you follow — i.e. pages you've started, edited, or chose to follow.
Inboxto see a workspace-wide list of mentions for you. You'll see where and when they were made and by who.
Click on any of these updates to go directly to the comment, mention, or edit in question.