URL Schemes provide powerful ways to integrate applications together in the Apple Ecosystem. Notion, unfortunately, doesn't allow these URL Scheme links, as they are not 'valid' URLs. We can work around this by using a URL shortener to do some redirection.
Notion has recently released iOS widgets, however, they are limited in functionality. In this article, I present my custom Notion iOS widget that has a unique set of features. This widget is built using iOS Shortcuts, the Scriptable application, and a notion-py server.
In this post I revisit the topic of content consumption, adding new criteria to my selection process. I also discuss using a new tool (spoiler...it's Notion) to hold the content.
I made the decision to consolidate all my Notion related projects into a single repository. The goal is to increase cohesion to allow the tools to better interact with each other. Read more about how I did it and why.
Learn how to quickly open Notion pages on your iOS device. See how I work around dynamic page links (e.g., current day/week) to open the correct pages from my Notion Weekly Template.
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.