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Notion Wiki Feature

Why does William Nutt think that the Notion wiki feature has been overlooked? Well, here's a quick summary of his video:

Notion Wikis combine the flexibility of freeform pages with the structure of databases. One view acts as a standard page, while other views display only the child pages that occur within the page, as in a database. Wikis can have layouts and filtering, sorting, and grouping rules, among other database settings, and linked views can be created just as with standard databases. Wikis contain two special properties: Owner, which is populated by default with the user who creates the Wiki, and Verification, which helps teams keep content current.

When you convert a full-page database to a Wiki, the database becomes an item of the Wiki, which is useful for managing master and secondary databases.

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Notion Wiki Feature

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