Notion Template(s)

Hi, there! As time goes on, I will populate this page with template for pages I use in Notion. If you’d like to see a specific template, please do not hesitate to contact me. I’d be more than happy to share all everything I’ve done so far using Notion. πŸ˜‰

Click here for template: How to Organize Your Online Classes

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My first quarter of grad school officially began this week, and I thought it'd be a great idea to show you all how I'm organizing my online classes! Currently, I'm totally in love with #notion because of its limitless potential and organizational power. Hopefully I can convince you to finally make the switch by walking you through how easy it is to get organized and stay organized throughout your classes with Notion. 😊 The first thing that I wanted to see when I clicked into my "Courses" was a homepage, where I can easily access a "Master Schedule" of deadlines, course information, and my weekly schedule. My "Master Schedule" is exactly what it sounds like. It contains all the assignments, readings, and exams along with their corresponding due dates for every class. Right now I've only received one syllabus, so you'll see that there's only one class there. πŸ˜‹ Once an entry is complete, I can simply check it off in the leftmost column – super satisfying! Clicking into any of the courses in my homepage leads to a page with detailed information on the course. This page is populated with essential details of the course, like the synopsis, instructor name, contact info, and schedule. The course syllabus and schedule are attached as PDFs which can be accessed by simply clicking the links. Also, I've added the Zoom link and Passcode to make my life easier! Below, I've also written out the week-by-week schedule of the course. But this may be a tiny bit overkill. πŸ˜‰ So, this is how I'm organizing my online classes with Notion thus far! It's great to have everything I need in one single space. And it looks pretty neat too. β™₯️ If you'd like to get started with Notion (totally free for students!) and would like to download a template to get you started on organizing your classes, click the link on my bio! — p.s. I might be getting a tablet for my courses and I'm so excited!!! Do you recommend any brands in particular? Maybe I'll upload some of my digital notes as time goes by. 😌 — #digitalnotes #planning # notestagram #planner #bujo #enotes #studying #studygram #studyspo #organization #notesblr #phdlife #phdblog #studyinspo #productivitygram

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My first quarter of grad school officially began this week, and I thought it'd be a great idea to show you all how I'm organizing my online classes! Currently, I'm totally in love with #notion because of its limitless potential and organizational power. Hopefully I can convince you to finally make the switch by walking you through how easy it is to get organized and stay organized throughout your classes with Notion. 😊 The first thing that I wanted to see when I clicked into my "Courses" was a homepage, where I can easily access a "Master Schedule" of deadlines, course information, and my weekly schedule. My "Master Schedule" is exactly what it sounds like. It contains all the assignments, readings, and exams along with their corresponding due dates for every class. Right now I've only received one syllabus, so you'll see that there's only one class there. πŸ˜‹ Once an entry is complete, I can simply check it off in the leftmost column – super satisfying! Clicking into any of the courses in my homepage leads to a page with detailed information on the course. This page is populated with essential details of the course, like the synopsis, instructor name, contact info, and schedule. The course syllabus and schedule are attached as PDFs which can be accessed by simply clicking the links. Also, I've added the Zoom link and Passcode to make my life easier! Below, I've also written out the week-by-week schedule of the course. But this may be a tiny bit overkill. πŸ˜‰ So, this is how I'm organizing my online classes with Notion thus far! It's great to have everything I need in one single space. And it looks pretty neat too. β™₯️ If you'd like to get started with Notion (totally free for students!) and would like to download a template to get you started on organizing your classes, click the link on my bio! — p.s. I might be getting a tablet for my courses and I'm so excited!!! Do you recommend any brands in particular? Maybe I'll upload some of my digital notes as time goes by. 😌 — #digitalnotes #planning # notestagram #planner #bujo #enotes #studying #studygram #studyspo #organization #notesblr #phdlife #phdblog #studyinspo #productivitygram

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