Build positive habits with daily to-do lists and track progress toward your long-term goals — all in one place.
Achieve more by following your habits and goals in a connected workspace
Make the first positive habit you implement an organizational one — bring your personal goal-tracking into one workspace so you can easily monitor your progress and catch areas for improvement.
A habit tracker in Notion can help you meet your goals by:
Automating repetitive tasks
Helping you visualize tasks on a timeline to easily understand your progress, and notice delays
Providing a customizable workspace where you can set and track your personal and professional goals
How to make a habit tracker with Notion
Create a Notion account.
Make a database for your habits by selecting
New databasein a new page.
Populate the database with trackable habits across the top of the table.
Make a row for each day and check off completed tasks.
Invite teammates, friends, and family members to follow your progress.
Yes, habit trackers are great, because they help you build consistency as you work toward your goals. You’ll quickly notice when you’ve lost momentum and can make adjustments as necessary.
The best way to track habits is with a habit tracker.
Create a digital tracker workspace in Notion or start with a habit tracker template. You can also make a physical tracker. Bullet journals are a popular framework for creating your own pen-and-paper tracker.
This is very subjective and depends on how you want to use the habit tracker and the goals you want to work toward.
Some common daily habits to track include:
Daily work-related items