Notion, the sleek and sophisticated note-taking app, is going free for the education market. The company said today that teachers and students who sign up with a .edu email address will get a free upgrade to the premium version of the software, which entitles them to unlimited uploads, storage, and version history features. The service has a sleek design, robust feature set, and cross-platform availability — and students or teachers seeking a new online workspace will find it well worth a look.
Notion is a collaborative document editor that will compete in the education market with tools including Evernote, Bear, and Microsoft OneNote. Students can use it to take and share notes in class or to organize their tasks into to-do lists….tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts