Discover three simple ways to find and edit database templates in Notion, enhancing your productivity and organization. Learn how to use global search, the "New" button, and the page body to access templates.
If you're a fan of Notion, you probably know how powerful and versatile the platform is for organizing your life, projects, and ideas.
But sometimes, finding the right tools within the app can be a bit tricky. In this post, we'll cover three ways to find a database template so that you can edit it and make it your own.
The first method to find a database template is by using the global search feature.
Cmd/Ctrl + Pto open the global search bar.
Another way to find a database template is from the "New" button on an existing database.
The last method to find a database template is from the body of a new page within a database.
Finding and using database templates in Notion can greatly enhance your productivity and organization.
By using global search, the "New" button on a database, or the page body of a new page in a database, you can quickly find and edit templates to fit your needs. How do you use templates in your own Notion workflow?
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