Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge
Notion, the workspace and note-taking app, just became much more appealing to individual users. The company said today that people on its free plan will now be able to create unlimited notes, making it a top contender for anyone in the market for a sophisticated note-taking app or collaboration software.
Previously, users of Notion’s free plan could create 1,000 of what the company calls “blocks”: individual elements you add to Notion documents, such as text, tasks, embedded maps, or calendars. After that, you had to pay $5 per month to create new blocks.
Now, free users will be able to add as many blocks as they like to their personal Notion database. The app’s community has built a broad range of templates highlighting potential uses:…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts