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We all aim for productivity, but it can be difficult to be productive when we don't have a good task management system. If you want to make life easier for yourself, get things done with Notion!
Notion is a great tool for organizing tasks and simplifying your workflow. Increase your productivity and achieve the results you want in a shorter time with these 7 Notion Task Management Templates.
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Ultimate GTD Notion Template
It’s difficult to keep track of your daily actions and projects. Especially if you’re aiming for a big goal, like getting in shape, completing a specific project, or starting a business.
Have you ever thought “I want to achieve this goal, but I am not sure how” or “I want to make a change in my life, but I can’t figure out where to start”?
Knowing where you should be at any given time in your life is hard enough. But knowing how to simplify that process is even harder!
Wouldn’t it be great if you had a tool that you could use to make goals and actually achieve them?
Get things done with Notion. Enter Command Center – the elegantly designed template for goal setting and tracking your project progress that will literally keep you on track. Whether it’s because of busy schedules or just life’s many ups and downs, setting goals and building habits isn’t exactly the easiest task.
Get Things Done with Notion Template
GTD Notion template to increase your productivity and gain visibility across all your current and future tasks.
This Notion Productivity template is based on the Getting Things Done Book by David Allen
Notion "Today" Minimalist Task Manager
There's no trick to getting things done but having the right system. A lesson from Atomic Habits, “You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your system.”
New tasks, projects, and ideas come up every day. Not having a system to organize all of them can distract you from your real priorities and deadlines.
"Today" is a smart & simple task list Notion template to help you get clear and get organized.
Get thing done with Notion:
- Capture your thoughts quickly to your Tasks Database
- Classify your tasks by area or project
- Manage your task status, deadline, attachments and references
- Organize tasks by multiple filters such as deadlines, priorities, and contexts
- View your upcoming deadlines in a weekly calendar view
- Drag and drop to customize different layouts and views
Spatial Task List - Get Things Done with Notion
A tool to help you work on your most important tasks at your most productive hours.
Nothing crazy - It's simple but effective:
- The tool has a section to dump all your future tasks and classify them as important or not. You can then also classify the amount of effort the task will require.
- On the day the task is due, it will appear in your task matrix in one of four quadrants.
- You can then schedule your most important tasks for your most productive hours, so you get things done more efficiently.
Notionable Tasks Hub
Get things done with Notion - the Tasks Hub is a robust and integrated system for scheduling and tracking your tasks, to-do's, and habits.
You can use it to track:
- Your daily, weekly, and monthly tasks
- Recurring tasks, backlog tasks, and achievements
- Your goals and buckets (areas of focus)
- Your habits
Tasks Hub uses a clever structure to link these different things. It draws on elements of GTD and Eisenhower Matrix principles to provide you with an integrated system for scheduling tasks, hitting goals, and forming new habits.
Notion Task Manager
Manage all your projects and tasks in one place. Get things done with Notion - a Productivity system inspired by David Allen's GTD Methodology.
- Menu Bar
- Calendar View
- Tasks Context
- Tasks Labels: Next, Waiting, Someday
- Projects Progress
- Projects Priority
- Weekly Reviews
- Resources Database: Links, Files
- Mobile Command
Free Notion task dashboard
The only Notion template You'll need to get things done. No matter how difficult it is.
This template was created for people that need a very simple and effective way to finish what they start.
Based on real techniques of productivity, you can manage all of your tasks at a glance. No matter who you are or which kind of project you're carrying on, you can benefit from this.
And the greatest part is that the template is completely free. Although, you can name a fair price to support the creator.
What are your thoughts on the Notion Task Management templates? Have you ever tried get things done with Notion? Do you know of any additional templates that you would like to recommend to others? Share them with us!