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This is what "no-code" should look like — Notion

What do we really want from a "no-code" product? Notion shows we want well designed software which can deliver a big impact in small ways.
This is what "no-code" should look like — Notion

I really like Notion

I have a confession to make. I really like Notion. Notion, at its most basic, is a note-taking application. It allows you to create pages that contain various content, like web links, markdown, checklists, embedded content and so on. I am not alone too in liking Notion — look for the #notion hashtag on Twitter, and you'd find people rabidly professing their love. They aren't celebrities trying to sell something, but normal and authentic people who love a product.

Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
A new tool that blends your everyday work apps into one. It’s the all-in-one workspace for you and your team.

My wife, who is a bit flabbergasted that I recommend Notion for everything, told me frankly, "Isn't this like Todoist? Or some journal app? There are dozens of such programs out there on the Internet. Free or paid."

It's true. You can find dozens of apps that can provide you with a Kanban. It's a crowded field.

But Notion is special.

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