I Love Notion, But I Choose to Work with Asana

Perhaps we would have given Notion more time, had it not been for the heartbreaking understanding that Notion will not have an RTL version anytime soon

The test with Notion was a huge success. It reminded me why I chose Asana and showed me how to better work with Asana

My long and wonderful ‘Notion vacation’ has come to an end. I am back to work with Asana and friends.
I gave Notion the opportunity to lead me and sweep me away.
It did the first but failed the second.

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Asana vs. Notion – Task Management in a Micro Business

Asana will cost you ten times more then Notion. When you need a dedicated task management app, absorbing the difference in price is inevitable

The default choice for a micro business is Notion. So the question is ‘When to use Asana?’ Three scenarios

The task management system is the heart of the business activity. Tasking – getting things done – is the bloodstream. That is correct for any business of any size. Thus, having a methodology and selecting a task management solution is crucial for all businesses.

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8 Things to Consider while Working with Notion

Create a table instead of a property, when things get fuzzy click ‘Open as Page’, keep parent pages clean, be cautious about dragging items between tables, and more

Quick tips for working with Notion and work-around some obstacles that are part of the Notion app environment

As Notion is taking a growing part of your work and time, the little things start to come up and matter.
Some are issues the Notion team should put high on their MBF (Must be fixed) list, like the integration with grammar checking tools, others are things you just have to take in consideration while working with Notion.

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Notion: Non-intuitive Integration with Grammarly

What are we asking? The ability to fix spelling and grammar errors by clicking on the correction suggestion in Grammarly

Notion integration with Grammarly is lame, as you can’t correct grammar mistakes directly from the proofing app. It must be fixed

Notion (notion.so) is a wonderful writing tool. It is not yet perfect, of course, and has a way to go to match the benchmark of the WordPress Gutenberg editor, not to mention MS Word, but for note-taking and drafting, Notion is quite powerful and highly featured writing environment.

Notion is still on the start stage, and the potential of the app as a writing tool is clear. Alongside with the amazing database capabilities of Notion and the smooth drag&drop competence, the writing experience is a significant growth engine for Notion App.

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Taking Notes vs Note-Taking, Understanding the Difference

Understanding the difference between taking notes and note-taking is crucial for your productivity

Taking notes should be done in context and by conventions. Note-taking is free-style. You need different tools for each

How many apps are you using for taking notes? It depends on how many apps you have in your workflow. You take notes in your task management app, project management app, writing tool, maybe in your calendar too while preparing a meeting.

How many note-taking apps are you using? Probably one you chose carefully after testing a few. Evernote and Google Keep are two of the most well known note-taking apps.

Understanding the difference between taking notes and note-taking is crucial for your productivity.

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Notion Settings: Best Practice for a New Account and Workspace

Set the personal workspace first, always create a database from a table, have a template zone, create database items outside the database

Tips for Notion settings that will make it easier for you to begin organizing your stuff with Notion

before starting Notion settings, Notion app is a productivity tool that is gaining attention and appreciation among experts and users.
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For many users, Notion settings could be a little confusing at first, especially the structuring of the workspaces.

4 tips for smooth start with Notion settings:

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Notion App Review: First Impression on the Rising Productivity Tool >

Notion is making a buzz among productivity-gurus and advocates. The rising of Notion is emphasized while in the background Evernote is struggling

I Took Notion App to a Test-Drive and Became a Paying Customer

Notion (notion.so) shamelessly claims to be an All-in-One productivity app, something we all thought we will never hear again. Moreover, we trained ourselves to laugh and ignore when we see these forbidden words. Yet, Notion app, that is titling itself loudly as All-in-One, is getting a lot of attention and nobody laughs. On the contrary, we hear WOWs and moanings.

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