I’ve been using Notion as a core tool for my business for almost a year now. In that time, this tool has crept up into more and more use-cases. Between roadmapping, documentation, CRM, onboarding, email templates, etc, I sometimes wonder if there’s anything Notion can’t do.
So a couple months ago, I decided to double down on Notion.
I started a journey to merge as many pieces of my business under the Notion umbrella so everyone could collaborate on things as easily as possible.
Needless to say, it’s been a great success so far. So without further ado, I’d like to share these resources so others can take these tips to their companies as-well.
The 7 Essential Integrations
Turn Notion Docs into a self-serve public knowledge base for your customers
Engine.so allows my team to write documentation in Notion and easily publish it for our customers. We use this for everything. From help-guides to technical documentation, there’s not many use-cases Engine doesn’t handle with ease.
Engine has also been great for productivity. Now everything is done in one place. I can go in and edit documentation, then a developer can later modify it and a support rep can later tweak the wording. All in notion.
Plus, Engine.so makes the public docs look presentable to clients. Engine adds smooth navigation, prebuilt widgets, full-text search, and embed-ability to every page of our docs.
The real kicker, though, is the full-text search across the whole knowledge base. That’s a killer feature when my customers are trying to find important information quickly.
At $19/site/month it’s a great deal for any business looking to be serious about their public documentation.