I’ve created a Notion template to track my reading in 2021, and I’ve been using it in tandem with my reading spreadsheet & my book journal. I decided to make a simplified version of this template to share with you 🙂
You can find the template here, and I briefly explained how it works on this video:
To copy the template, you just need to select ‘Duplicate’ from the menu bar at the top, and you will be able to see it in your Workspace. Once you clone a Notion template, no data-transfer relationship is formed. The creator cannot see what you’re using it for, nor can you see what they’re using it for. Notion templates are made to be customized, so take mine and make it yours according to your needs!
To add articles or web pages to your “learning” database, you can use Notion’s Web Clipper. It can be installed on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox on Mac and Windows. Notion for Android and Notion for iOS both have a built-in Web Clipper that can be accessed using your device’s “share” feature. These allow you to save websites to your Workspace for safekeeping. Once you choose to save them on your “learning” page, they will appear on your database.
Finally, you will also be able to find the link to my template on this fixed post, where I keep all printables designed by me (such as zines, spreadsheets, and journal templates) for you to download – for free. If you want, you can buy me a coffee in return, to support the blog – but you don’t need to.
NB: Templates, files, and printables are provided for personal use only and may not be resold as a whole or in part in any way. You may not claim them as your own, use them for commercial use, sell, share, or distribute them as they are, in any way, either digitally or physically. Please do not share them without attribution.
Hope you enjoy