Notion AI + templates to build out your workspace
Notion AI (in private alpha)
Notion AI is a writing assistant that can help you write, brainstorm, edit, summarize, and more. Consider Notion AI your partner. It augments your thinking — helping you save time or spend it more wisely.
Build your workspace with new templates for project management, meetings, and docs
It’s now easier for you to set up your team’s workspace with database-powered templates for managing projects, tracking meeting notes, and sharing docs. These templates come pre-configured with the database views, pages, and relations needed for your team to effectively manage their work in Notion.
In addition, our template gallery has been redesigned and updated so that it’s easier to find any template – from a company wiki to a daily habit tracker – all in one place.
To access the template gallery, click on
Templates in the left sidebar menu. This will be rolling out to all users in the coming weeks. If you don’t yet see it in your workspace or local language, you will soon!
Jump to your recently viewed pages on mobile
You and your work should be able to smoothly transition from your laptop to your phone. On your mobile app, you’ll now see a
Jump back in section that displays the pages you viewed most recently. Use the train ride home to review a product doc without needing to frantically search Slack.
Custom icons for database views and properties
Finding the perfect emoji/icon is an art. Now you can add a custom icon to any database view or property 🙂
Go to the
editsettings for any database view or property
Click on the icon next to the name
Change the default icon to one of the 600+ available icons
Add additional properties to Synced Databases
You can now add additional database properties to any Synced Database (currently in open beta with GitHub, Jira, GitLab, and Asana), where previously you could only create a relation or roll-up. Use this to provide your team with extra context about database items like Jira tickets, GitHub Issues, Asana tasks, and more, directly in the Synced Database in Notion – for example, add a text property with information about a Jira ticket, or add a Notion tag to easily create a view of specific GitHub PRs.
Go to any Synced Database
Click on the
+to add any property
Bug fixes and improvements
Made it easier to edit links, whether you’re linking to a Notion page or a URL. We’ve also added the ability to change the title of a link directly from the editor popup
Made it possible to reorder all the fields that appear when using a relation property (e.g. fields like person or status can be moved to the left of the property's title)
For new API features & improvements, go to developers.notion.com/changelog →