If you're the type of person that loves planning out your life, I'm sure you've stumbled upon Notion before. ICYDK, it's an app that lets you make organized lists or "pages" for everything—may it be your classes, orgs, or even projects you're working on. The beauty of Notion lies in its ability to let you add pages other than lists, such as calendars, galleries, tables, and boards. To customize your pages, you may also add different types of media like pictures, videos, and even Spotify playlists!
While its creative control and freedom are what appeal to people to use the app in the first place, many Notion beginners consider it to be too complicated to follow. (I know I watched a bunch of YouTube videos before I finally settled on what worked for me.) If you're currently on the same boat as I was before, I put together a bunch of aesthetic Notion workspace set-up + tours so you can get ideas on how to customize yours. Check them out below:
Ciara Gan's Notion workspace contains her entire life—from her classes, dreams and life goals, quarantine journal, and more.
If you're artsy, you'll love Alyanna Ross' Notion workspace. In there, she organizes all the classes she's taking, along with her many internships and YouTube videos + sponsorships.
Michelle's Notion tutorial is super helpful and direct to the point!
Along with her online classes, Shea also uses Notion to organize her online thrift store.
If you want something more streamlined and minimalist, you'll love Jacob Alava's Notion workspace tour.
If you want to use your Notion solely for your course and the classes you're taking, check out Gwy Saludes' walkthrough of her workspace.
Christine Lee's really made sure to utilize Notion's many features and apply them to her workspace—it's totally goals!
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.
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