Notion is many things to many people, chiefly a task and knowledge management platform. It’s like Lego for data and project management.
But let’s say that you’ve just built your own “Millennium Falcon” in Notion, and now it’s working perfectly for you. It has many moving parts, supports critical processes, serves multiple stakeholders, and has different pages and views based on the user.
How would you make those visual instructions for your Notion project so that somebody else could replicate or modify your design? Or how would you annotate your own process so that months (or years) later, when it needs to be updated, you can understand what you were thinking when you designed it? And what about the formula, lookups (rollups), and relationships between your data? How would you remember the scope of everything you built?
That’s the challenge I’ve been geeking out about. For people who care about system architecture, documentation, and automation, my solution is “wicked cool.” If that’s you, then let’s dive in!