Freelancer Scope Of Work Notion Template

Freelancer Scope Of Work Notion Template

Describing a project's work requirements was never easier. With the help of our scope of work Notion template for freelancers, explaining what the employee's job is will be a piece of cake. Let's see what this is all about!

How to use the scope of work Notion template

How to use the scope of work Notion template

1. Get our template

You first need to get access to the template. Use one of the two buttons at the top of this post in order to get access to our statement of work Notion template.

2. Copy the template

Great! Since you now have access to the template, you just have to copy it. To do that, click "Duplicate" in the top-right corner of the page.

3. Edit the scope of work

The template is all yours now, so change it according to your needs. By the way, we always recommend keeping a clean copy of the template.

About the scope of work template

The main purpose of this scope of work/statement of work Notion template is to make sure that the contractor and the client respect a few terms that would get the job done properly, in order to please everybody.

With the help of this Notion scope of work template, you'll have a clear conclusion on what everybody wants, and on how to get the job done - of course, with everybody's signatures, in order to make the document all valid.

Notion Scope Of Work Template Guide

Contractor & client details

Before jumping into the actual details of the job, you have to be sure that everybody knows 100% who is the contractor and who is the client here. In the scope of work Notion template, you'll see this side-by-side comparison with the details of the contractor and with the details of the client. The details that we've added are just the most recommended ones - you can add or remove as many sections as you please.

Describe the project

Here's the fun part! This side of the Notion scope of work template is all about describing the job's objective, schedule, financials and the copy of deliverables. Basically, it's all explaining what the contractor wants, and what the client has to do. You have to be really precise in the requirements written in this section so that nobody will get you wrong, and hence, to get the outcome that you wish for your project.

Get everybody's signature

By the end of the Freelancer Non-Disclosure Agreement Notion template, make sure that you've got everybody's signature: the disclosing and the receiving parties' signatures. Once everybody signed and added the same date within the bottom side of your NDA Notion template, you've successfully finished the NDA.

Frequently asked questions

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That's it. That's our philosophy.
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1. The free version is very generous, so it costs nothing to try
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Besides, it's in our interest to make this better. Got some feedback? We're happy to hear it.
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