Notes Manager


Let your notes match how you think.

Other note managers force you to organize all your notes only logically: One notebook contains one section which contains one note.

Logical, but unrealistic.

Not all types of notes require a library-style organization.

Use the Notion Notes Manager to organize your notes organically instead using association rather than creation sequence. Quite literally an amalgamation of inspirations from OneNote, Evernote, and Obsidian / Roam Research.

What you'll get

A notes manager that builds on top of the classic library-style organization with different systems and built-in tactics for note organization that matches how the brain works

Multiple Notion tips and tutorial clips within the template to aid newer users

The features for organic note organization

Four Note Hierarchies โ€” All kinds of notes are ranked in four different relation systems

๐ŸŸก Grand Hierarchy

Just like OneNote

For logical organization

Uses curriculum-inspired, library organization

โšซ Parent-Child Hierarchy

For the collection of all sub-notes

๐ŸŸข Roaming Notes Hierarchy

Inspired by Obsidian / Roam Research

For your interconnected brainstorming

A simple zettelkasten in Notion

๐Ÿ”ต Support Notes Hierarchy

Just like Evernote

For more actions around a note

Available as meeting, idea, classic or scratch notes

The Chair

For notes in the middle ground of finished and unfinished work

Inspired by The Chair at home: for clothes too dirty for the closet, but too clean for the laundry

The DIY Workspace

Everybody has a workspace that fits only them, so in this template there's a space where you're encouraged to make entirely your own โ€” copy, delete, modify โ€” it's all up to you