Notion is the new kid on the block – and is growing fast!
I started looking into Notion about six months ago when I was in need of a project management tool for a new team I’ve put together – and I’d like to share my experiences with you.
Notion promises to be many tools in one, replacing Evernote, Trello, Todoist, and Dropbox Paper.
I think it does a good job so far, but it still needs to go a long way before I will give up any of the other tools mentioned and fully integrate with Notion.
Having said that, in combination with Dropbox Paper and Dropbox itself, it does a really good job.
I can’t give up Evernote that easily as I have invested far too much. I have so many notes collected over the years that it would take me forever to port that over. Also, TodoIst will not be replaced quickly, as it manages tasks from all my projects, including my personal stuff.
Notion is quite young yet and still a bit rough around the edges. I also struggle a bit with their priority list for future development. They already implemented dark-mode, but still not working on the internationalization of dates, etc. I find this far more important. Not everybody is in the United States!
However, it works well on mobile devices (besides their table views), is fast enough to be useful, and their team seems to responsive (1-2 working days).
I believe it is something to keep an eye on and I will report back here if anything major changes.
Check out their website for all the details and explore for yourself: www.notion.so.