What is Notion?
Notion is one of the best no-code tools around. Typically used as a personal wiki and organizer, Notion’s key feature is that it allows users to create new pages & subpages throughout the tool.
For example, I can have set up my pages like this:
Then in each destination, I can open up a page with details on my trip. Within those pages, I can create new pages with details on specific tours... it goes on.
Within a Notion page, there are tons of content types to add. Videos, databases, plain text, URL embeds, Figma files, and a lot more.
To top it off, you can search your entire Notion for anything.
How You Can Use Notion
I personally use Notion for everything - learning, work, personal. I think that’s what makes it so amazing - it’s a central location for everything.
At work, Notion can be used for project management, to-do lists, organizing files, etc.
For personal, I use Notion to jot down ideas, journal, take meeting notes, write this blog, track books, and organize travel.
Most recently, I’ve integrated my Notion with Super.so to turn it into a website.