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March 15th, 2022



After reading my original post for this application, I realized that I wasn't really showing the usefulness of Notion as an RP tool so I deleted it. Hopefully, this version better explains everything. 🤞 One thing to note that this isn't a step-by-step tutorial but my attempt to showcase some useful features in Notion for RP purposes. However, if anyone is interested in a tutorial, I'd be happy to make one.

What is Notion?

Notion is marketed mostly toward groups and teams that need to collaborate on projects, etc. However, it works just as well for personal use. Wikipedia sums it up rather nicely:
Notion is an application that provides components such as notes, databases, kanban boards, wikis, calendars and reminders. Users can connect these components to create their own systems for knowledge management, note taking, data management, project management, among others. These components and systems can be used individually, or in collaboration with others.
Basically, Notion is touted as an All-In-One tool to assist you in project and task management and acts as a hub for other information you want to keep whether it's for posterity, reference, or whatever you want or need to do with it.

I've found Notion to be a really great tool for organizing things whether it's an inventory of what you have on hand in your kitchen or creating a simple to do list with a checkbox. At the same time, you can up your To Do List game by setting up a database that includes tags for what type of task it is and include reminders, due dates, etc.

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