This article talks about how you can use Notion Personal for free with no limits. Notion is a versatile workspace app that can be used for tasks, notes, wikis, and projects, and more. This app offers you a modular editor where you can add text, media, web content, blocks, tables, charts, lists, formatting, database, and more. This makes Notion to easily fit everyone’s needs.
Notion had a free plan before, but it was limited. Notion Personal is a rebranding of that free plan without any limits. Notion Personal allows a single user to use the app without any limits on the pages and blocks. You can share your pages with up to 5 peoples and sync your data across devices. Let’s check out how to use the Notion Personal.
Notion Personal for Free with No Limits
To get started with Notion Personal, go to the Notion website and click the Personal option from the top of the screen. Here is a direct link to that. The Notion Personal page on the website guides you through the use and features of the new plan. From there, signup with your email address and create a Notion account.
When you log in to your Notion accounts for the first time, it asks you to choose how you like to use Notion. Go with “For myself” plan to get Notion Personal which for 1 user only. In case you already have a free account Notion, it gets replaced with Notion Personal which is the new default free plan.
Apart from additional perks such as API access, permission, version history, admin control, etc., the editor and all its feature are the same in the personal and paid plan. The editor comes with 5 templates that you can either use or remove to create your own. You can add various types of content to the page using blocks and drag and drop it anywhere on the page. You also get all the editor styling options along with import and export.
Last but not least, from the Settings, you can connect your apps for integration. It supports integration with Google Drive, Evernote, Trello, and Asana. You can connect any of those apps to create a bridge between both platforms and fetch data back and forth. There is also a dark mode toggle in the setting that you can use to switch the dark mode on and off accordingly.
Notion Personal is a nice move by the company, especially from a user’s standpoint. Now you can create as many pages with any number of blocks. Since Notion editor is versatile and can adapt any format, now with no limits, users can bring all their work to Notion and keep it under one roof. Give Notion Personal a try yourself and share your thoughts with us in the comments.