Notion is so powerful that it can be overwhelming at times, with many wondering where to start on their quest to build the ultimate, efficient-but-still-aesthetic Notion Workspace, and so we head out in search of Notion inspiration. That’s probably how you landed here in our innovation station where we’ll share some things to try like using Notion Widgets to line Pages with useful information.
Like our collection of Notion templates, our so-called Notion Inspiration Station is alive in the sense that we’re adding new uses all the time. To make it easy to keep up with what’s added, we’ve formed the Inspiration Club. Sign up and we’ll send the latest updates straight to your inbox, so you don’t have to keep checking back to see if we’ve added anything. It’s free to sign up for and we won’t email more than once a week.
Turn on Dark Mode
Most people don’t know this feature exists, so we’re including it as a starter: Notion has a Dark Mode, and it’s available on everything from Notion for Mac and Notion for Windows to Notion for Web. If you’re using the Notion App for Mac or Windows, you can activate it in the Appearance section of Settings. Over on mobile, it’s linked to your system settings; if your device is in Dark Mode, Notion will be too.
Add the Weather Forecast to Any Page
You can add a Notion Weather Widget to any Page in Notion to show a forecast for any location without having to click anything. You have a lot of different options when it comes to customization too: You can choose the length of the forecast, your preferred units of measurements and even play around with the colors to blend it in to your Workspace — useful for businesses creating a branded intranet or wiki.