# Category: Notion Formulas 2.0

## Sort By Earliest and Latest Date in Notion Formulas 2.0 Sort(), First() and Last()

The tutorial showcases the practical implementation of Notion formulas 2.0 to enhance the visual presentation and organization of data within Notion databases. It focuses on leveraging formulas like ‘sort’, ‘first’, and ‘last’ to efficiently extract the earliest and latest dates from an array of dates, offering a step-by-step demonstration of the process. Additionally, the tutorial…

## Commenting and Storing Notion Formulas 2.0

Notion recently released Notion Formulas 2.0, which includes new features to enhance the management and organization of formulas. The update introduces the ability to add comments within formulas, allowing users to explain the logic and reasoning behind the formulas. This feature aims to make it easier to understand and reuse formulas, eliminating the need to…

## Create A Responsive Search System Using Notion Formulas 2.0 Contains() and Ifs()

The segment introduces the concept of creating a responsive search system in the Notion platform using formulas to check for specific text within relational database entries. Formulas such as contains, filter, and ifs are employed for this purpose. The contains formula searches for specific text within database entries, while filter and ifs are used to…

## Adding Up Database Entries By Month with Notion Formulas 2.0 map(), Sum() and filter()

The video tutorial provides comprehensive guidance on leveraging the ‘map’ and ‘filter’ functions within Notion databases to manipulate and analyze data specific to date properties. The speaker demonstrates how to filter database entries based on the current month by extracting and comparing the month of the date property using the ‘now’ formula. This approach offers…

## Create a Basic Progress View Using Notion Formulas 2.0 map(), ifs(), filter(), empty(), round() and sum()

In this segment, the speaker introduces the concept of creating a progress view using Notion Formulas 2.0. The progress view is based on specific criteria and formulaic outputs derived from two basic databases – tasks and projects. Tasks are related to projects and have properties such as status, forecast number, and score number. The speaker…

## Create Precise Outputs with Notion Formulas 2.0 Ifs()

The video introduces the application IFs formula in Notion 2.0, aimed at generating specific outputs based on different criteria. A practical example using checkboxes for ‘nap’ and ‘games’ illustrates the formula’s operation to organize four distinct outcomes according to the combination of filled and empty checkboxes. The use of the ’empty’ and explanation point functions…

## Create Date Specific Statuses with Notion Formulas 2.0 Lets() and Ifs()

The tutorial on Notion Formulas 2.0 highlights the Let’s formula as a powerful tool for creating custom outputs by manipulating variables and utilizing conditional statements. By defining variables within the Let’s function, users can efficiently generate diverse outputs without repetitive tasks. An example in the tutorial demonstrates the creation of custom date statuses by measuring…

## Creating A Scoring System with Notion Formulas 2.0 toNumber()

Learn how to use checkboxes and Notion formulas 2.0 to create a scoring system. This innovative approach involves assigning quality metrics or numerical values to a set of criteria using checkboxes. For instance, in a customer service evaluation, criteria such as promptness, responsiveness, and flexibility can be given numerical values using checkboxes. The two number…

## Counting Database Entries with Notion Formulas 2.0 Filter() and Length()

The speaker introduces the concept of counting and filtering database entries using Notion Formulas 2.0, highlighting the improvements over the previous version, Notion Formulas 1.0. In the previous version, users had to employ workarounds to count the number of database entries related to another entry. The speaker explains the usage of the Map function to…

## Notion Formulas 2.0: New Features, Functions & Future Potential

Have you ever wished you could easily customize and manipulate databases in Notion? If so, then you’re in luck because the new Notion Formulas 2.0 update is here to revolutionize your database management experience. This update introduces a range of powerful new features, functions, and syntax that make working with formulas in Notion a breeze.…