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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

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What is a Notion Template?

A Notion template is a published Notion page that can be duplicated. Share the page to your preferred workflows as well as duplicate other processes that you want to employ.

How do i use a Notion Template?

Simply follow these instructions to copy a template:

1. Locate the template you want to duplicate.
2. From the dropdown menu, choose the workspace where you want to clone the template.
3. Select the "Duplicate" button, which is highlighted in blue.

If you are already logged in, the template will be copied in your preferred workspace. If you are not logged in or do not have a Notion account, you will be required to sign in or establish one before continue.

How do i share a Notion Page?

Sharing a Notion page allows you to collaborate with individuals both within and outside your workspace.

Follow these steps to share a page:

1. Start by locating your Private page in the sidebar.
2. Navigate to the top right corner of the page and click on the "Share" button.
3. Choose the "Add People" option from the menu.
4. In the provided box, enter the email address of the person you wish to share the page with.
5. Select the appropriate level of access from the available options, such as full access, view-only, or commenting rights.
6. Finally, click on the "Invite" button to send the invitation.

What are some popular Notion integrations?

Notion integrates with various apps and services, including Slack, Google Drive, Zapier, and more. These integrations allow you to enhance Notion's functionality and streamline your workflows.

What is Notion AI and how can I use it?

Notion AI can help you write better, faster, and more creatively by generating, transforming, and summarizing text. You can also use Notion AI to automate simple tasks, such as creating action items, translating languages, or explaining technical terms.

How can I use Notion formulas and databases?

Notion formulas and databases are powerful features that allow you to create custom properties, calculations, and views for your data.

You can use formulas to perform operations on your database properties, such as adding numbers, combining text, or finding the time between two dates.

You can also use databases to store and organize different types of information, such as tasks, notes, projects, or contacts. You can create different views for your databases, such as tables, calendars, boards, or galleries.

Finally, you can also link databases to each other using relations and rollups, which enable you to access and manipulate data across multiple databases.

How can I collaborate with others on Notion?

You can collaborate with anyone you want, and control their level of access and permissions. Here are some ways you can collaborate with others on Notion:

1. Add members to your workspace: Invite teammates, friends, or clients to collaborate on pages. Create groups for easier sharing.

2. Share individual pages: Invite specific people to view, comment, or edit pages. Useful for external collaboration or sharing confidential content.

3. Publish pages to the web: Transform pages into public websites accessible via a link. Enable comments and permit page duplication, ideal for blogs, portfolios, and more.

How can I import and export data to Notion?

You can import and export data to Notion in various formats, such as PDF, HTML, Markdown, CSV, and more.

To import data, you can use the Import button on the left sidebar of any Notion page and choose the file format you want to import from.

To export data, you can use the Export option from the ••• menu on the top right corner of any Notion page and choose the file format you want to export to.

You can also export your entire workspace or include subpages in your export.

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Using Smart Dashboards In Notion

Smart Dashboards are needed for anyone looking to optimize their workflow, consolidate information, and track their progress with ease and efficiency. These templates are designed to be the control center for your personal, educational, or professional life.

Understanding Smart Dashboards

A Smart Dashboard in Notion is more than just a collection of tables and lists; it's a fully integrated workspace that brings together all aspects of your life or work in one place. It's about having a single view that tells you everything you need to know at a glance – from your upcoming tasks, project progress, to personal goals.

Why Smart Dashboards Matter

  1. Centralized Information: Keep all your important information in one place. No more switching between apps or tabs to find what you need.

  2. Productivity: With everything organized and accessible from a single location, you can streamline your workflow, save time, and boost your productivity.

  3. Setting and maintaining goals: Set and keep an eye on your short-term and long-term goals. Smart Dashboards make it easy to review your progress and adjust your plans as needed.

  4. Decision Making: Having a comprehensive overview of your projects and tasks can help you make informed decisions quickly and effectively.

Making the Most Out of Smart Dashboard Notion Templates

  1. Identify Your Needs: Start by determining what you want your dashboard to track. Is it for work, personal life, studies, or a combination of these?

  2. Customize Your Template: Use our templates as a starting point and then customize them. Add or remove sections according to what you need to track.

  3. Regular Updates: Keep your dashboard current by regularly updating it with new tasks, projects, and goals.

  4. Review Frequently: Make it a habit to review your dashboard daily or weekly. This helps you stay on top of your tasks and goals.

  5. Experiment: Don’t be afraid to try new layouts or widgets. The best dashboard is one that evolves with your needs.