Course Content
What this course is about
Welcome to my training on how I use Notion to plan my content. Now I know that there are many tools out there that you could use, and probably do use. Most of the concepts that I am going to cover in this training can be applied to those tools as well. I’ve used some of them myself like ASANA, Trello, and even Microsoft Planner. There are many others that I haven’t used. I know that Airtable is currently very popular and I’m sure that it could also work as the principle of how I create my content can be applied to other tools.
The Space to Create
The real secret to why the 15-minute content planner is so successful is that it has a secret weapon that other planners and calendars don’t have, and that’s the space to create.
The Basics of my content plan
So this is my content. I will go over how I structure my content using Notion. This will also demonstrate why I don’t recommend using a general writing tool like Microsoft Word or Google docs, or any other word processor, because if it doesn’t give you the capability to organise your thoughts and rearrange things and filter and change views, then it’s going to be very limiting.
The Advanced features in my Content Plan
In this lesson I continue to walk you through my content plan and how I use some of the advanced features in Notion
Creating a Content Series and Calendar View
I also use Notion to create advanced views that focus on a group of content that is a little bit more content than a general post. These are things that I refer to as a series.
Notion: How I use the 15-minute content planner
About Lesson

In this lesson, I continue to walk you through my content plan and how I use some of the advanced features in Notion

I show you the different views you can create

  1. My default view is the Board view (or Kanban if you are familiar with Project Management)
  2. Adding and Changing the sort order of my data by a chosen property
  3. Filters. I filter out my default view to exclude posts that I have already published)
  4. Changing my view from the Board view, to a Table view
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