5 essential ways to use Notion Projects

Notion Projects combines project management with your docs, knowledge base, and AI — so you can stop jumping between tools, and stop paying too much for them too. With powerful new features like sprints, AI autofill, subtasks, dependencies, issue tracking, and more, your team can manage projects from end to end with speed and clarity. Get set up in seconds with these five pre-built templates for any team.

1Projects & Tasks

Track projects of any shape or size, and for any type of team. View projects as a timeline, kanban board, or calendar — whatever works best for you. Then write planning docs, embed designs, and organize meeting notes in the same place.

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2Issue Tracker

Track engineering projects of any shape or size with this template. For teams that use the Agile method, you can break down each project into tasks, prioritize your backlog, then organize tasks into sprints. Filter by status, priority, and team to view your work any way you like. Plus, connect your other essential tools like Github, Figma, Slack, and more to truly keep all your work in one place.

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3Product roadmap

This product roadmap template is your strategic partner for outlining project phases and iteration plans with clarity. It's perfect for agile roadmap development, from high-level product strategy to detailed feature roadmaps. Visualize your release plan and strategy map, ensuring alignment on product blueprints and goal mapping across teams. Track launches with precision, view progress by quarter or year, and bring cross-functional collaboration to new heights with customizable filters and views. Get the comprehensive overview or granular detail you need at a glance.

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4Content calendar

Efficiently orchestrate your content strategy with this all-in-one editorial planner and marketing calendar. Craft and manage your publishing schedule, from blog schedules to video scripts, ensuring every piece aligns with your content roadmap. Use it as a post planner and content organizer to track deliverables across multiple marketing campaigns, with the ability to filter by status, owner, and priority. View everything from a high-level content plan on a calendar to a detailed posting calendar timeline, keeping every launch on track.

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5User research tracker

Track all your user research interviews across multiple projects. Then embed interview recordings and transcripts, and call notes in the same place.

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