Deepnote's team sync template

Deepnote's team sync template

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This template shows how you can bring analytics into Notion with Deepnote. Build dashboards, capture metrics, discussion points, and everything else you need for a productive team sync.

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This template helps you bring more analytics into your Notion pages. Build dashboards, capture metrics, discussion points and everything else you need for a productive team sync.

Some highlights of the template:

  • Use this template to outline your meeting agenda and capture notes in one accessible spot so that everyone can get the full context and contribute.
  • Build interactive dashboards by embedding analytics and data visualization blocks from Deepnote into your Notion pages.
  • Query your Notion databases in Deepnote and bring the results back into Notion as live analytics blocks.
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How can I duplicate the template?

Once you're on the Notion page, you will have the button "duplicate" on top-right. Click on it and choose your workspace. Your template should be there in a few instants ūüéČ

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This template helps you bring more analytics into your Notion pages. Build dashboards, capture metrics, discussion points and everything else you need for a productive team sync.

Some highlights of the template:

  • Use this template to outline your meeting agenda and capture notes in one accessible spot so that everyone can get the full context and contribute.
  • Build interactive dashboards by embedding analytics and data visualization blocks from Deepnote into your Notion pages.
  • Query your Notion databases in Deepnote and bring the results back into Notion as live analytics blocks.