Before everything, be sure that you get to the page with the Notion template. Pick your choice with the buttons above!
Now you have to duplicate the template. How to do that? It's simple - just hit the "Duplicate" button in the navigation bar in Notion.
Once you've duplicated the page, you can 100% add your tasks and easily use the template. Hey, it's all yours now!
The Notion freelancing project tracker template's is main purpose is this: organising your project.
When building this project tracker Notion template, we wanted to make sure that you have a place where you can sort out everything that needs to get done from the moment your project was made until the moment when it's all done.
So then, be sure to think of all your tasks before adding them into the freelancer project tracker Notion template: what what has the highest priority, what's that task's category, that do you need to do, what's its due date and so on.
Let's start with the beginning. You'll first need to think of what to-dos you have to get done for this project. As soon as ideas come into your mind, the best thing to do is add them into the Project Tracker list so that you'll be sure that no to-do gets left behind. Doing this, everything stays tidy in your list.
Now you have your tasks. That's great! The next step implies labelling each task with its priority, category, priority, description, assignees, due date and status. Marking each task will help both you and your team know what each to-do is about and who has to get it done.
Within the template, we've added a few mock columns that we consider useful for most of the people using this template. Whether our template suits all your needs or not, you can always add many new columns, and you can also remove the ones added by us. At the end of the day, the template is 100% yours, so you can (and should) adjust it to all of your needs.