Is anyone else getting emoji-fatigue?
Yeah. It looks like clipart.
Icons, emoji, whatever—symbols help users find things faster within a sea of options. And thankfully in Notion, they're completely optional!
Oh my god yes.
I like it. Very similar to Quip and their ‘Live Apps’ feature. Blending of traditionally siloed productivity features - word processing, spreadsheets, to-do list, etc. - is the future of collaboration for sure. Salesforce bought quip just a few years ago for $800M.
I see you used a photo of an empty pair of shoes on the Jobs page. It means someone is passed away recently in the family house on Turkish culture. :) Just wanted to let you know.
Is there a Notion for Android? I'm feeling I want to switch to iOS just for these gorgeous productivity apps like Things, Ulysses, and now Notion
Not at the moment, but Android's mentioned in a comment by Notion's co-founder on Product Hunt:
- Android app (This could be as soon as early April!)
It's also listed as their next non-crossed-out 'Coming Up' item on the What's New? page
Comment accurate at time of writing! Looks like Notion's Android app is now in beta, as pointed out by Ashish below.
Their Android app is in Beta at the moment. I've been trying it out for a few days. Pretty similar to the iOS version.
Duplicate. Posted six hours ago: https://www.designernews.co/stories/92830-notion-20
Welp, DN's duplicate function did not show this or pick it up, so I submitted it. Thanks for pointing this out.
Yeah I don't think that feature has worked for a while now. :( Just another sign of the site being neglected.
I'm digging the style (emojis and all). I'm a little bit unsure what this actually... is? Project management and articles?
To me it seems like basecamp v2
Yeah—I'm getting a more subdued Basecamp vibe from it.
It’s a build your own data mgmt tool tool
Just started using it and really liking it. Basically, I use it as a more advanced version of Evernote, so primarily notes, but also some of the light project management tools (calendars, kanban, tables, etc.). It is quite similar to Quip actually, though it feels a bit lighter (visually, speed, etc.)
So a more feature rich Trello, kind of?