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Notion.so users: how is your workspace structured?

Want to switch to Notion.so because my notes, todo lists, etc. are now scattered across multiple products but there are so many possibilities it's difficult to decide how to structure it all. Would love to hear from current Notion users what their workspace looks like

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I've split my workspace with:

  • An overview of all my project with actionable items
  • A dedicated space per project/topic

Inside each space, the first screen is like a dashboard with shortcuts to working documents, todo, meeting, etc.

I'm trying to improve it over time based on my needs, but for now, it's work well for me.

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[email protected] 🤙 nomadlist.com/@lenilsonjr ✈️

One top-level page with everything inside. Projects have standalone pages and contracts stay inside a database.

I don't use Notion as a todo app, I prefer to plan things in it and then move tasks to Todoist.

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Mixedmedia & Multimedia Visual Artist who loves making digital stuff

Similar to what @AntoinePlu does, I also split my workspace with:

  • An overview of all my personal life, freelance work and entrepreneurial things.
  • A dedicated space per project/topic

Same as @lenilsonjr I don't use Notion as a to-do app, but I do use it to make a weekly plan.
Then I copy and paste to Noteplan. It works seamlessly, because both apps are very good at handling Markdown.

I learnt how to make my notion space by this video → www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_JpC…

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