Welcome to Notion 101! Here’s what you can expect from this series.
Get started with a familiar use case, document editing, as we recreate an article from the New York Times.
Text blocks are just the beginning — learn how you can mix and match over 500 block types to create your own specialized tools and build a robust mission, vision, and values page for your team.
With all the fun stuff you’re creating, you’ll want to bring others into the fold. When and how should you share your creations for different audiences? Learn how managers can use permissions to manage 1:1 notes with ease.
As your workspace starts to grow, learn best practices for moving between pages. We’ll build a brand style guide to show how this might look in a workspace.
With sharing and navigation under your belt, we’re ready to build out a public webpage in Notion — for example, a jobs board.
Databases unlock tons of workflows for your team. In this video, we’ll learn how to use databases to manage upcoming content pieces in Notion.
Now that we've built a content database, let's view it as a calendar. You'll learn how to create different views to better understand your data.
Once you’re able to use block types to build custom tools, start thinking about long-term organization. Here’s how we recommend organizing your sidebar and pages.
Notion can be used to solve everyday problems — in this video we’ll discuss a workflow framework for starting from scratch.