Looking for a solution to catalog links to online content and any notes take while reading it? Try this Notion reading list template, which is available to download for free. You even have the option to categorize entires by topic, website, and just about anything else, so you can collectively sift through them with ease.
Best of all, you can choose to dump links straight into the reading list while using the Notion Web Clipper, which you can then categorize, read, and add notes when you have time. This can be done both on desktop and on a mobile device — and because Notion syncs between devices, you can them up on both.
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I’ve been using this Notion reading list template since January and I’m yet to find one better (I will of course update this article if I do). There isn’t a whole lot to it, but that’s what makes it so fantastic. I don’t find myself spending ages organizing, because it’s already structured, leaving me more time to read and digest.
Let’s not forget that this is a template, and templates are made to be customized, so if you’d like to add an additional way to capture data (a box that can be checked once you’ve finished reading the article, for example), you can. Experiment and create something that’s unique to you and your workflow. You won’t break anything!
This Notion Reading List Template is Easy and Safe
As you’d expect, adding the Notion reading list template to your Workspace is simple. Just follow this link, select ‘Duplicate’ from the menu bar at the top, and you’re ready to roll. You will now see the reading list in your Workspace. That’s right – no downloading, no uploading. Notion really couldn’t make it easier if it tried.
This template is 100% safe, so much so there isn’t a single download involved. You’re merely cloning something we created in your own Workspace – a feature provided by Notion itself. A data-transfer relationship is not formed. The creator can’t see what you’re using it for, nor can you see what they’re using it for.