Blog Processing (w Notion AI)

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Richard Mathews II

This template streamlines the process of organizing and processing blog posts, providing a simple and efficient interface to clip, process, and store articles with the help of Notion AI. With built-in templates and note-taking automation, this tool saves time and effort, allowing individuals to focus more on learning and less on information management. The custom Notion AI prompt generates notes, including tags, summaries, and key takeaways (no copying and pasting required!). The template also includes a “System Card”, which precisely defines the “definition of done” for each stage in the workflow, as well as an instructions manual to configure the Chrome extension.


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