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I started using Notion about a year ago and instantly fell in love with the interface and ease of use. It was able to do a couple of things more than Dropbox Paper at the time (feature parity has been achieved since), but there are still some inherent and exclusive differences that might make this software a better alternative for your team.
- The Sidebar Control Center
- Navigate any page, or section in the workspace with ease
- Private pages in
workspace– these show up in the sidebar. No need to navigate elsewhere.
- Databases. Yup. Just that one word.
- Don’t know SQL? Good! You can view your data in a table, kanban board, or calendar view and manipulate to your heart’s content. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
- Database info can even be added inline in a page to mingle with other content types, such as images, or embedded documents.
- Windows and Mac apps are available in addition to very nicely done web and mobile applications.
- Dark Mode! This is really not a deal breaker, but it is a nice plus in terms of eye strain.
Not to assume that you’ve already read the Dropbox Paper article, here are what we’re considering the “standard workspace functions”:
Rich link previews,
Quick linking (+filename), and
At this time Notion is very insular outside of embeddable content and in this day and
Also a buy. Notion has come a long way and has some of the most responsive and active developers that I’ve ever met. That bodes very well for the long term forecast for this company.
Ideal User Scenario?
Any company that needs an intuitive knowledge base will find a lot of great use-cases for this program. Team collaboration will be a dream and many a