Notion is a note-taking and productivity application with a drag-and-drop interface. It enables users to create, edit, and collaborate on documents in real-time. Notion was founded by three former Google employees – Can Duruk, Simon Last, and Tony Lai – in 2013.
The company's product management system is based on the "Get Things Done" (GTD) methodology, which is a time management system designed to help people get more things done in less time. Notion's GTD system is designed to be simple and easy to use, with a focus on getting things done quickly and efficiently.
Notion's GTD system starts with a to-do list, which is used to track all of the tasks that need to be completed. Each task is assigned a due date, and users can also add notes and attachments to each task. Once a task is completed, it is checked off the to-do list.
Notion also has a calendar, which can be used to track upcoming deadlines and events. Users can also create notes and attachments in the calendar, and they can set reminders for themselves.
Notion's products are available on a subscription basis, and users can choose to pay monthly or yearly. There is also a free version of Notion, which offers limited features.