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Notion releases new feature to automatically duplicate page templates

December 02, 20221 min read

Notion recently released a new feature that allows users to duplicate page templates within a database repeatedly.

The feature should be useful for the following instances:

  • In creating an event that repeats regularly within a notes database

  • In keeping track of repeating tasks such as daily or weekly tasks in a shared database of one’s team

  • In keeping track of project updates on a weekly or daily basis with a repeating template.

How can you enable the new feature?

  1. See the existing templates by clicking on the blue arrow on the “New” button.

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  2. Hover over the three dots beside a template and edit the template. A new option should appear called “Repeat” which is set to “Off” by default.

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  3. Select the frequency you prefer.

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Taina Pereenniemi

Taina Pereenniemi specializes in helping coaches and consultants build simple and scalable businesses with custom strategy & done-for-you systems using my proven 4S Method. She has helped over 50 entrepreneurs with their business systems and/or strategy, and previously built a world-leading consulting business around Notion. Equipped with a Masters Degree in business strategy and 10+ years of strategy and 6+ years digital business experience - Taina's not your typical self-taught "follow-me" business coach. When she's not strategizing and streamlining workflows, you can find Taina playing with her two small kids or practicing yoga.

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