Notion is an all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases that's now free for personal use
Notion can be used to take notes, organize data and projects, plan, outline, and collaborate using tools like tables, lists, galleries, calendars, and notebooks. All in one place – no need to switch tabs or windows.
Some features you’ll find in Notion:
• Add notes and documents in hierarchies
• Add images, lists, bookmarks, videos, sound, & code snippets
• Embed video from websites like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter
• Manage to-do lists
• Create databases
• Add tasks, tags and reminders
• Manage projects
• Create wikis
• Markdown support
• Drag and drop
• Dark mode
• Team collaboration
• Code highlighting for major programming languages
• Sync data between all your devices (free)
• Import from Google Docs, Word, Dropbox, Trello, Asana, Quip, Workflowy, HTML, CSV, Text and Markdown
• Connect Google Drive, Evernote, Trello and Asana accounts
• Easily import all or individual notes from Evernote (if you have a lot of notes, it can take a while)
There are plenty of templates for personal and business use, or you can create a template of your own for standard or repetitive functions. There are templates for resumes, wedding planning, job applications, blogs, meal planning, and more. For business and educational use there are templates for meeting notes, mood boards, product wikis, lesson plans, course schedule, class directory, Cornell Notes System, budgets, and more.
Notion isn’t a replacement for Evernote. Notion is closer to an organizing, note taking and productivity tool. It's versatile, with a clutter and distraction free interface. It has many useful featuress in addition to taking notes, and allows collaboration and sharing.
Notion works as a web app, can be downloaded for Windows and Mac, and has Android and iOS apps. The Windows version is malware free according to Virus Total.
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