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8 Notion Planner Templates (Daily, Weekly and Monthly Agenda)

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Notion is a great tool for getting organized—at home and work.

Notion is a great tool for getting organized—at home and work.

The Best Notion Planner Templates

Notion is a fantastic tool for organizing your life and work. But with so many features and options, it can be difficult to know where to start.

That's why I've put together this roundup of the best Notion planner templates to help you get organized and productive. Whether you need a daily, weekly, or monthly planner, there's a template here that will suit your needs.

1. Personal Growth Planner: Notion Dashboard Template

Created by "Theresa Notion" and available on the Gumroad platform, this is a super densely packed Notion planned template that allows you to map out your life, reflect on your progress and set goals in various areas of your life.

There is a range of pages that can help you not only plan but self-reflect as well such as with their Personal Growth Planner. It includes pages to help you set goals, track your progress, and reflect on your journey.

2. A Productive Notion: Life OS

"Better Creating" has produce an ultimate planner template for Notion named "A Productive Notion: Life OS." This is a great template to use for individuals that want help with their productivity, goal setting, and daily, weekly, monthly planning.

It is basically for those who want to optimize their life and get more done by using a tried and tested system. The template comes with pages for setting goals, actioning tasks, weekly and monthly review, and more. I really like the visualization aspect of progress being made that is difficult to get a concept of with day today life.

3. Nomad OS

This is a thoroughly packed Planner Template for Notion (and to be frank, a whole lot more too). Created by "Notionium," it is designed with digital nomads in mind. It includes an array of templates to help you plan and track different aspects of your life as a digital nomad.

Some key features include:

  • A Travel Planner so you can keep track of where you have been, want to go, and tickets/accommodation bookings.
  • A Travel Tracker to help you remember all the different places you have been.
  • A Master Bucket List with travel stats so you can see how many countries/states you have visited.
  • An Event Calendar to keep track of events, meetups, and calls.
  • A Visa Planner to keep track of your visa situation.
  • A Home Base & Business Base planner so you can keep track of your nomadic lifestyle.

4. The Ultimate Planner Dashboard for Notion

Created by Gridfiti (you can find it there on their site as well), it's designed to help you get more done with a fully integrated system for daily, weekly, and monthly planning.

I really like the prompts feature on this template, which helps you to get unstuck if you are feeling overwhelmed by what you need to do. Other features include:

  • A task list that is organized by days, priority, and to-do
  • A productivity tracker that is based on hours allotted vs. hours used per task
  • An automatically generated rating for each task and day
  • A calendar view of your planned tasks
  • A board for visualizing your progress on goals
  • Widgets for tracking your most important metrics

5. Ultimate Brain

For those looking for a planner come productivity system, this is a super comprehensive template created by "Notionium" and based on the PARA system (Projects, Areas, Resources, Archives).

This template is great for those that want to get more done and be productive. It includes pages for setting goals, tracking progress, identifying areas of improvement, and more. I really like the visualizations included such as the goal progress tracker and the task completion percentage.

6. Life Hub Notion Template

This template is by Sija and is a great starting point for those wanting to use Notion to organize their life. It includes a range of pre-made pages and widgets to help you get started. it has a nice aesthetic feel to it as well.

Some key features include:

  • A calendar widget to track events and appointments
  • A weather widget to see what the weather is like in your current location
  • A to-do widget to track your tasks
  • A notes widget to jot down ideas
  • A habit tracker to help you form new habits
  • A gratitude journal to help you focus on the positive

7. Limitless OS

A super cool Notion system by Daniel Marthi, Limitless is based on the principle of limitless possibilities. This template includes a range of different templates to help you with different aspects of your life and has a "Complete Life Setup" guide to help you get started.

Some pages that I really like are:

  • A daily dashboard to help you stay on track
  • A weekly review template to help you reflect on your progress
  • A monthly review template to help you identify areas of improvement
  • A goal setting template to help you set and track your goals
  • A habit tracker to help you form new habits
  • A notes template to help you keep track of your thoughts and ideas

The second version that has been released has entire hubs as well for you to manage your life:

  • Health Hub
  • Career Hub
  • Finance Hub
  • Growth Hub
  • Home Hub
  • Love Hub
  • Social Hub

8. Getting Things Done Template

A template by Easlo that is based on the David Allen productivity method, this one includes a range of different features to help you get more done.

It incorporated that methodology and translated it into Notion with some really well made templates. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide to Getting Things Done, then this is the template for you.

If you haven't checked out the book, I highly recommend it, especially if you are looking into general planning with Notion.

Create Your Own Notion Planner

I think you should get inspiration from the above but, ultimately, create something that works for you. Notion is so flexible that you can use it in any way you want, so don't feel like you need to stick to a certain template or way of doing things.

One thing I would recommend is to start with a simple page and then build on it from there. For example, create a daily dashboard and then add pages as you need them.

If you want some more ideas on how to use Notion, then check out this post on the best ways to use Notion or my own personal Notion set up.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2022 Elin Beck