Last time, I introduced Notion as a D&D organizational tool. I plan to introduce a series of articles about how I use it for planning my D&D campaigns. That will include some basics about the components of the application, and how we use them for D&D. I also plan to show some case studies on how I put my Notion system together.
If you follow along, you will have a D&D organizational system that will keep your information accessible and and fully integrated with itself. Before we can get to that, I have to assume you are starting your journey from zero. Notion is a fantastic tool, but it does require a little bit of education and training to maximize its full potential.
I’m not going to teach you the basic structures of Notion. The internet has already made guides out there. They do a wonderful job. So I will point you in their direction instead! I’ve included both video and web page guides so you can select which ones you learn best from.
Advanced Tips & Tricks
Once you have the basics down, you can take a look at the more advanced topics. You’ll find that they really aren’t too difficult but they are well worth your while.
So there you have it. That is plenty of sources to get you started on your learning journey. Now that you are up to speed with the functionality of the tool, we are going to apply it to organizing our D&D campaigns. To start, we are going to take a look at tables (or databases). Which will become the backbone of our entire system.
Art Credit: Ede László