Why Notion 3.0 Will Be A Game-Changer
The personal productivity application space was met by Notion back in 2017 and it’s become one of the fastest-growing tools for managing notes, tasks and internal wikis amongst teams.
Three years on, Notion in 2020 could have some exciting plans up their sleeves.
What is Notion, if you don’t know already?
As many people know, I’m a champion of Notion, as a user myself — I do think it’s a fantastic paper-like tool for managing personal projects and plotting your plans all inside of one application. For those curious about how I use it, see below.
Notion has been growing features month on month for some time now, and I recommend it normally for individuals looking to plot and plan their personal wiki. For example, you could use it as your recipe tracker or your finance budget — it’s so flexible and can be used in any situation.
What will Notion 3.0 do?
Right now, Notion is currently working on their stability and development strength and not bringing new features to the table.
3 features that will be here before and on the release of Notion 3.0
The latest feature to impress many, teased by Notion, is the Timeline view. Very similar to the Dropbox Paper feature, it will allow you to see upcoming events and tasks, although we are unsure if this is a new Database view.
Notion has teased this as the official 3.0 release.
Automation will allow users to connect buttons inside of Notion and bring the actionable abilities to the table. Say you wanted to email someone right after you updated a table or completed a task? You could set that up, or maybe you wanted to automatically
This will help allow services to connect with Notion. This will allow people to create workflows that expand outside of Notion and that pull useful data into databases, pushing them further forward.