Our mission at Notion Wizard is simple: We’re here to help you navigate the world’s most powerful workspace tool. Through expert-written content, we aim to answer all your questions and teach you how to build the ultimate workflow.
We haven’t been around for long, but we’re rapidly amassing a dedicated audience of new and experienced Notion users all around the world, and we’re looking for more ‘Notion Wizards’ to help us spread word of all things Notion.
Specifically, we’re looking for talented freelance writers to contribute tutorial-style content, teaching our readers how to revolutionize their workflow in Notion. You don’t need previous experience writing, either: Our editors are here to help.
Whether you’ve just built a crazy new template you want to share with the world or you’ve got to get something off your chest you feel other Notion users need to know about, Notion Wizard is the platform to use to spread the word.
Artemus Verene is the Editor of Notion Wizard. Based in WA, he loves nothing more than looking for new ways to increase his productivity and feels Notion is the best way to do that. He also runs Bidet Wizard, Noom Wizard and Waterproof Wizard.
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Why You See Other Tools on Notion Wizard
Yes, we’re Notion experts. And yes, we think Notion is the best productivity tool in all the land. But we don’t live in a silo. We’ve used all the best Notion alternatives out there, and we’re here to spread knowledge in any way we can.
That’s why you’ll occasionally see some content about another tool like Trello on Notion Wizard. These are all part of our Other Tools initiative, where we look at how Notion stacks up to the competition, and deep-dive into their features.
Follow Us on Notion
We’ve built a Help Centre on Notion, full of all the best Notion tips and tricks for you to save to your Notion Workspace in case you find yourself needing some answers (or inspiration) while out in the field.