There are many parts of a meeting. Sharing the things you're working on, pre-work, agendas, and note-taking. Then sending out what was discussed, decided on, and the action items. Then checking in, again, and again, and again. Well, both Coda and Notion expand on your regular note-taking app, let's see how.
Every product manager will tell you that planning products involves prioritizing features, committing to a timeline, task management for the team, and tracking progress to launch.
As a central source for information about a company (or team), a wiki often includes how to, events, directories, and links to resources. Can take the form of a product knowledgebase, new hire onboarding, or sales playbook.
Both Coda and Notion can function like a project management tool to track product development, construction, consulting, or for personal use (say, your next road trip). Use project hubs as the foundation for your project management process to lay out the steps, gather the resources, and bring together the right people to get the job done.
Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)
OKRs give power to teams setting ambitious goals and a framework for achieving them. They are often paired with a product's progress towards those objectives.
Task Management & To-Dos
Collaborate on your work and get it done, for yourself and your team.
Set aside time to meet one on one with your immediate team and keep a running dialogue between the two of you.
Plan the content that your team is putting together and communicate launches in one workspace.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
CRMs create a central hub for client information and interactions so that you can keep close tabs on your customers and serve them better.
Ensure you're pulling in the best talent by creating a pipeline for new hires.