A lot of companies have accelerated their workflow processes and have made use of tools that help teams organize easily, especially while working remotely and across different countries. Notion is one such tool that we found previously which can help teams accelerate productivity by putting all your apps on one platform. However, if you want to know where you can improve on your workflow, that’s a different story altogether.
Notion is a great tool for storing and organizing data, but it was never meant to be used for data analysis. It’s important to create an analysis of your progress and your workflow, but it’s hard to gather all data manually. Normally you would need to download a CSV to capture data, but even then, it might be hard to translate that into information you need to improve your workflow.
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With Airnotion, it can be even better as it helps you to create reports and analyze data from Notion. You can now track and analyze your data, giving users easy-to-read reports for your data from Google Sheets.
With Airnotion, use you can use your Notion data to create pivot tables and charts and run the scripts from any Google Sheet with a single click. The great thing about this is that you only need to analyze it once; the next time around, you can simply refresh the analysis and it will generate the updated data you need.
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Airnotion allows you to build dashboards that get updated automatically into Notion for ease of access. You can also merge Google Analytics, Hubspot, and Shopify metrics for more insight into the data.
By having data from Notion automatically imported to Google Sheets, Airnotion helps you to see all the data you need. Right now, users can get early access to all their features for free during beta.