Notion is a collaboration platform that allows teams to communicate, share and collaborate on the same page. It is built for teams of all sizes. Whether you’re a group of five, or a group of thousands, Notion is there to help you collaborate, communicate and share your ideas.
Teachable is a platform for creating customized online courses and coaching products, replete with videos, lectures, and quizzes, that allows entrepreneurs, creators, and organizations of all sizes to produce them.
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Triggers when a new item is created in a database.
Triggers when a user completes 100% of a course.
Triggers when a user enrolls in a course. (Note: User's will need to confirm enrollment before the trigger fires if you manually add them to a course).
Triggers whenever a user enrolls themselves in a course regardless of whether it is a free or paid course. If you add them as an admin, this does not trigger.
Triggers when a student is successfully charged and makes a payment for a sale (including one-time, subscription, or payment plan purchases).For a subscription or a payment plan, there is a new transaction created for every single payment.
Triggers whenever a new user signs up for your school.
Triggers whenever a user updates their profile on your school.
Triggers whenever a user cancels a subscription on your school.
Creates an item in a database.
Updates a database item.
Create a new user in your Teachable school.This action is only available to schools on the Professional plans and higher.
Enroll a user in a course on your Teachable school. (If the person does not have an account, one will be created and they will then be enrolled.)This action is only available to schools on the Professional plans and higher.
Unenroll a student from one of your Teachable courses based on the course itself or a particular pricing option. This action is only available to schools on the Professional plan or higher.
Notion is a web based software that allows you to create, organize and share your ideas. The main reason I decided to take Notion out for a spin was their claim to be able to generate an outline within the program. Unfortunately, at present, there is no integrated outlining top. This means that you can use it to create an outline but then have to export the outline into another program if you want to edit it or reorganize it. Notion does support direct uploading of word documents which would make the process of creating an outline within Notion much easier.
Notion can be used for many purposes; project management, idea generation, brainstorming, research, journaling or simply organizing your thoughts. I decided to give it a try with my research outline because it has always been difficult for me to create an outline with MS Word. For some reason, I find it easier to create outlines in Teachable though I don’t use the program for much else.
The biggest challenge with Notion is that there are not many features built into the program. You can copy and paste text or images from other websites or files you have on your computer. You can not link directly to other documents, however, so if you have a document you would like to include in your outline, you have to first upload it onto notion.io and then copy and paste that into your outline. This is time consuming but once it is there you can edit it as needed.
I created a draft of my outline in Notion and began editing. As I made changes to the document I could see the changes reflected in the outline which is pretty cop. However, I marked up my document with highlights and notes and this did not transfer over to the outline. Like MS Word, I had to type out my comments in the body of the outline. Another disadvantage of Notion is that you cannot directly edit text. If I wanted to make a change to a section of one of my main headings, I had to delete all the sub-headings under that heading and then re-insert them one by one. The advantage of this system is that you can easily delete sub-headings without worrying about accidentally deleting an entire heading entirely.
Overall, I found Notion very useful for my particular project but I will need to do some more experimentation before it becomes my primary outlining top. MS Word is still my best option for working on longer projects and Teachable works well for shorter projects and research. It would be great if there was a way to integrate these two tops and I hope that Notion will eventually come out with such a feature.
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