If you’ve yet to use Notion, this project management and note-taking tool will take your to-do lists and planning to the next level. You can create anything from a simple checklist to an entire website using nothing but text and blocks.

I even drafted this blog post in Notion before it made its way to WordPress.

For those who are just getting started, Notion offers many templates, and its website is a vast resource library, but sometimes it helps to have an extra bit of detail or inspiration.

That’s why I’ve covered the topic so much over at MUO. It truly is a fantastic tool, it’s free for personal use, and once you get the hang of it, it’s actually kind of fun.

Below you’ll find some of those tutorials. Some take the basics more in-depth to help you over hang-ups—like the whole page within a page within a page thing. Others allow you to explore the possibilities of what you can do with this software because soon you’ll want to use it for everything.

Keep in mind that these links will take you off-site to MUO.


A Beginner’s Guide to Notion Terminology

How to Keep Your Notes Organized and Accessible in Notion

The Top 7 Features to Use in Notion

How to Set Reminders in Notion

How to Get Your To-Do list Back on track with Notion

How to Switch a Database from Full Page to Inline in Notion

3 Lists You Can Keep in Notion to Help Boost Productivity

How to Archive Items in Notion


7 Productive Ways to Use Notion

How to Create a Simple Budget Tracker in Notion

How to Use Notion to Track Your Fitness Goals

How to Keep Track of your Tasks Using a Backlog in Notion

How to Create a Wiki in Notion

How to Build a Simple CRM in Notion

How to Create Public Pages in Notion

How to Outline a Workflow in Notion

How to Use the Content Calendar Template in Notion

How to Set and Track Your Goals Using Notion


Notion Free vs. Paid: Which Plan is Right for You?

ClickUp vs. Notion: Which is Better for Project Collaboration?


Looking for more tech tutorials? Check out MUO. Here, my fellow writers cover various topics, from computers and mobile devices to gaming and gadgets.