Organize projects according to your team’s needs with customizable databases that house all your information.
Use project trackers to visualize your team’s progress at every stage
Various project trackers, from Gantt charts to charters, let you visualize each step of your timeline to monitor progress. With Notion you can build a tracker that matches the needs of your project, with flexible deadlines, different views of the same data, and the option to sort or filter by custom properties.
Building project trackers in Notion also means your team can:
Access simple building blocks and templates to customize your tracker
Track the metrics that matter most to your team
Collaborate across teams thanks to shared workspaces
Integrate your connected workspace with other popular tools and databases
How to create a project tracker in Notion
Create a Notion account.
Make a database for the project by typing
/Pageinto your workspace home, choosing Table, and clicking
+ New databaseon the right side.
Add information like milestones, priorities, and deadlines with custom properties. You can also use different views, like TImeline or Board, to visualize progress.
Share with your teammates to start working together.
A project tracker is a tool that helps teams monitor the progress of project milestones and tasks.
A project tracker should include a list of milestones and key tasks. It could also include Gantt charts or Kanban boards for viewing and assigning tasks based on different criteria.
Using specialized and dedicated project management software is the best way to track multiple projects. With Notion, you can create databases for each of your team’s ongoing projects to store all of your project trackers in one connected workspace.