This week I took a rather big decision. For months I’ve been in doubt with which app I should continue to make notes, save interesting links, gather knowledge and all together work in during the day. I have been an avid Evernote user for many years, but unfortunately it didn’t grow with me and how I want to do my work. Since the start of 2020 I have been flip-flopping between Notion and Roam Research. Yes, the two big names in knowledge management. each with their own cult and following. I decided to go with Notion
and went all-in. I still have my Evernote notebooks, especially for searchable documents, but all of my work is happening in Notion now. Even writing this newsletter happens in Notion, so I can play around with different blocks of news and links before I put it all in Revue and send out the newsletter.
When I took the plunge, I also decided to learn more about Notion. That’s why I started a newsletter. Because why not? It is a newsletter
that curates news about Notion from various sources like Youtube, blogs and Reddit. It’s a different kind of newsletter than the ones you might subscribe to. It is a collection of links, put together by an algorithm instead of a human. Some days you might have ten very good links, some days you just have 2 Youtube videos.
I wrote a post on Indiehacker
how I built this newsletter in Mailbrew
and how I started it with a Twitter list. You too can make your own newsletter like this. It takes 30 minutes to build one so it could be something to try out for a topic you are interested in.
Have a great week and don’t forget to take a look at Thanks for Subscribing
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