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A top feature request from the Notion community! Neatly organize your content in simple tables when you don't need all the bells & whistles of a database.
Create and customize simple tables
To add a simple table to your page, just type
/table. Quickly add more rows & columns by dragging the bottom right corner, and toggle your header row and header column by opening the
Options dropdown menu.
Turn your databases into simple tables
Have any tables in your docs that don't need to be databases? Turn them into simple tables by clicking the
**•••** at the top right of an inline Table view database, then
Turn into simple table.
Note: you won't see this option appear if your database has multiple views, content within database pages, hundreds of rows, advanced properties like file attachments, or if you're in the full page view.
Turn your simple tables into databases
When your simple tables grow to hold more and more content, you may find yourself needing to filter, sort, or create custom views — all things you can do with a database. To switch, click the
**•••** at the top right of your simple table, then
Turn into database.
Learn more about simple tables →
Request feedback from stakeholders, brainstorm quarterly goals, and push projects forward by leaving more visible, easily discoverable comments on your notes & docs.
Comments in margins
Now your comments (and your teammates' comments) are easier to find and respond to, unlocking more collaboration on your team. You'll see each comment floating in the right-hand margin of the page — click to expand longer comment threads.
To customize how comments appear on individual pages, click the
**•••** at the top right of the page, then
See when there are unread comments on a page
The beauty of asynchronous collaboration is that you can get caught up on your own schedule. When there are comments on a page you haven't seen yet, you'll see a badge on the 💬 icon at the top right of the page, and badges in your right-hand comments sidebar to separate unread comments from ones you've already seen.
Learn more about comments →
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