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Notion added a Timeline view

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This week, Notion launched a new Timeline view that lets you visualize dates from a database or kanban board in a Gantt Chart-style calendar layout. You can show the original table alongside the timeline, or hide it, add views to filter the timeline down, and more. It's similar to what @optemization mentioned on SaaS Radio Hour as the Notion feature he wanted.

Interestingly, it's a feature that's limited per plan. Personal plans get 3 timelines per workspace, Team plans get 5 per workspace, and Enterprise plans get unlimited timelines. Presumably this is a feature Notion is aiming at pushing teams to upgrade their plans.

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RobertJBye's avatar
12 months ago

This was the only thing preventing me to successfully persuade my company to migrate from confluence to notion, so I’m super thankful they finally delivered it!

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@maguay (replying to @RobertJBye )
12 months ago

Oh cool, would love to hear how you find Notion vs. Confluence if you end up switching!

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PhilWolff's avatar
11 months ago

I don't see a way to add dependencies between tasks or groups of tasks. X doesn't start until Y ends. Group A isn't over until everything in its list is done.

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@maguay (replying to @PhilWolff )
11 months ago

You're right, I don't think Notion has dependencies yet, beyond say adding a note of your own about which task to do next. That would be helpful to have!

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optemization's avatar
12 months ago

beyond that they also shipped hideable properties and some refinements to database pages! i broke it down in a super detailed blog post here: optemization.com/timeline-view-notion!

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@maguay (replying to @optemization )
12 months ago

Ohh yes hideable properties will be awesome for cleaning stuff up.

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maguay's avatar
11 months ago

This Tweet is a fascinating look at how much you can do with Notion Timelines:

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