Previously I have introduced the functions of Notion. And now it's time to share the practicality of Notion under various situations.
This time, let me illustrate the scenario under project management, in which a project always consists of basic information e.g. theme, timeline, manpower allocation, to-do list, project schedule, and research data etc.
Firstly, you have to select a table view to create different rows according to your specific needs e.g. sub-project name, progress, category, main point, and deadline etc. By doing so, you can simply get an overview about the progress and different taks. You can also add a column for PIC if you are collaborating with others in the project.
Similar to Google Docs collaboration function, you can collaborate with others given the/she has also registered in Notion. Simply setting and putting relevant info into different groups can facilitate management and sharing in the future.
You can also add a view named "Board view" in the top left corner. Then the layout will be changed to a grid view, and the column on the righthand side will be arranged according to the status of each task (i.e. ideas / drafts / finished). You can move it to respective area once it is finished.
If you are now handling simple projects like music editing / video cutting / copy writing, you may consider using this template.
How about more complicated project?
One of the major functions of Notion is to be able to consolidate and move different sheets as you want. Usually there are division of labor on different tasks e.g. researching, content managing, and scheduling etc. Then you can try out different "page" function according to your needs.
Different content or task can be set into different pages. You can try out different presentation format within the page to avoid mixing up with other task.