Create, manage, and store your notes in one central hub so you never lose track or worry about how to share your notes.
Use Notion to keep notes connected to projects and teams
Most note-taking applications are isolated, specialized apps, which makes it hard to share notes with team members or add them to project docs written in different software.
Notion's connected workspace enables you to take notes, add collaborators, and link notes to project docs or tasks, so they’re visible when and where you need them most.
With Notion, you can:
Invite team members to edit and access your notes
Maintain fine-grained control over permissions
Easily share notes within Notion or outside it
Integrate your notes with project docs, team wikis, knowledge bases, and process docs
Let’s look at how to take notes from a meeting and integrate them with your project below.
How to take notes with Notion
Create a Notion account.
Create a new page by typing /page in your workspace. Start typing your notes, like brainstorming or meeting notes.
Set sharing permissions on your notes page and invite collaborators, like the other meeting attendees.
Link to your notes page from another project doc, team wiki, or knowledge base, so it’s easily accessible to others.
Here are some tips for taking organized notes:
Use a structured format like bullet points, headings, or mind maps
Use abbreviations and symbols
Use tags to organize your notes
Use a note-taking tool to manage and store your notes. Bonus points if the tool, like Notion, integrates with other aspects of your workflow
A powerful note-taking system enables you to not only organize your thoughts during meetings and presentations but also to transform these notes into actionable items or easily accessible reference docs.
Check out Notion's connected workspace, which empowers you to integrate your notes with all other aspects of your daily work, including project, information, and task management.
Use a system that’s convenient, accessible, and easy to use. Here are some tips for keeping notes organized:
Use a digital note-taking tool like Notion that syncs across devices and allows you to search in and sort your notes
Organize your notes by project, topic, or date
Review and edit notes regularly
Use tags or keywords to quickly locate specific information within your notes
Back up your notes