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Notion is an all-purpose collaboration platform with markdown support that integrates kanban boards, tasks, wikis, and databases. With Notion's power and flexibility comes a significant amount of complexity. Keyboard shortcuts help immensely to navigate this complexity efficiently. With this interactive course, you will quickly learn Notion's most useful keyboard shortcuts. Using your keyboard to fly through your knowledge base can save hours per day.
Notion users take a lot of pride in making their pages look beautiful. With these basic styling shortcuts, you are about to do the same. Furthermore, this lesson contains one of the most important shortcuts fo…
Notion's blocks are an essential part of its concept and using the appropriate block type gets you a long way in becoming a Notion expert. However, choosing the best type with your mouse over and over again is…
It can be tricky to select and edit a specific block, even more so when you want to bulk-edit a selection of multiple blocks. This lesson will finally make you feel in control of your block selection.
This lesson contains several of the most underused Notion shortcuts. Moving, duplicating, and deleting blocks is a very frequent task in Notion, but doing it without keyboard shortcuts is annoying at best.
Linking relevant context is a powerful concept in most modern knowledge management systems and Notion is no different. Use these commands to link people, pages, and more.
The ability to use slash commands is a major benefit of Notion's editor. Learn some basic commands in this lesson.
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