Building off of my previous Notion work using notion-py, I continue to adjust Notion to fit my needs. In this article, I want to explain how I've been taking my integrations with Notion to the next level.
I want to share how I integrate my Weekly Notion Setup with Google Assistant. It provides a ubiquitous way to interact with Notion. In particular, this solution opens up new ways to add notes and tasks in Notion via voice commands.
I want to share how I integrate my Weekly Notion Setup with Alfred. It provides a seamless interaction so that I minimize context switching.
My note taking, tasks, and self-organization tools and systems have evolved over the years, and I'm feeling pretty confident that Notion is a keeper. It has this incredible range of flexibility that allows you to mould it to fit your needs. I want to showcase how I use Notion to organize and manage my week.
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