Frankly it all comes back to Notion for me/us. We're a big writing culture at ProfitWell and Notion's our app du jour for this (previously Tettra). It allows us to properly communicate, track, and ultimately put together thoughtful memos about where we're headed. Notion also centralized our thinking, which as we're scaling is extremely important to our success going forward. While email, calendar, and slack are great, we find notion to be the most valuable to our future.
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Notion's pretty great!
Does your team have any tricks to keep it organized well?
We have a Maven who keeps things organized and follows a specific taxonomy we set up in the beginning (and occasionally re-evaluate.)
Interesting, really loving notion as well. How do you get your whole team to adopt a specific software that they might not be used to/like?
For notion we basically forced adoption and made it so any important information was in notion vs anywhere else. Folks can use anything they want for their own workflow, but anything involving the team or the company will end up having to be in notion. We do have a few people who use other products and then copy/paste, but this is waning as they get over the notion learning curve.