To avoid polluting the Multiverse topic with Notion chat, I’m starting this separate thread, to give an illustration of the kinds of things I’ve been able to do with Notion.
A kanban board + mixed media gallery:
A couple of database views with relations, letting me relate a short film’s shot list to specific work items needed to make a given shot happen:
A page full of random links plus an ephemeral to-do list:
Good old fashioned structured text:
To drill into what I can do with database views, here’s a sample kanban board:
But, I can also look at the work items grouped by software component, sorted by properties, to get a sense of where the work is going.
If I want to see my overall timeline, I can create a view to sort by milestones and then status:
The “dependencies” column in the last view is an actual Relation property back to the other work items, so I can easily jump between work items and update their status. And all of this schema - “component”, “milestone”, “status”, “dependencies” - is something I can configure per project.
For comparison, here’s a similar setup, but with different fields, because this is for a short film:
Here I’ve got stuff like “shot type” and “assets”, because that’s the sort of relationship I want to track.