Overall Satisfaction with Notion
Notion is the go-to tool for our side hustle startup where we document each and everything. All the team members are in different locations wherein the share and collaborate feature comes in handy. The team can simultaneously update documents. There is also a very minimal learning curve so onboarding is very easy. I have personally also started using it to manage my personal work.
- Well organised document structure
- Easy access management within the same organisation
- Searchable content and documentation
- Various templates to get started
- Great formatting options
- Direct copy paste of image isn't supported
- Sometimes the structure becomes a little overwhelming on the app
- Learning shortcuts takes time
- Share and collaborate
- JIRA like boards
- Product requirement documents
- Lower turn around time to launch MVP
- Effectively work with distributed team
- Everything documented so no repeating mistakes
The UI is well designed and intuitive making it easy to work with. Also, there are various templates available by default as compared to Google Drive, which makes it an all-in-one tool. We don't have to go and get multiple tools for road mapping, documentation, boards and sales pipelines.
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Notion is best suited for any scale of organisation. It is not only a basic documentation tool but is very powerful. If you are looking to get started with an idea, then you can start documenting thoughts in a tabular structure. If things have progressed and now there is a team, then you assign work on Notion to your team members. They can also collaborate and update documents. You can create JIRA-like boards to get things moving and track their current status. You can also create a sales pipeline.