The Craft development team has tremendous momentum. And they definitely are writing for the Mac , iPhone and iPad (Catalyst). And they value integration via x-callback-url. That is huge. I think it makes a lot of sense.
It’s amazing how far Craft has come, even over the past few months. It’s a beautiful app that’s very fast and really embraces the Apple ecosystem.
Notion.so market themselves as “All-in-one workspace”.
Some people go all-in with Notion and customize it to manage many aspects of their life. Others use it for specific purposes (e.g. to collaborate on a project or to share information). I think both approaches have their merit.
However, as @timstringer was saying in a training session recently, there’s lots to be said for using best of breed apps and connecting them together with hyperlinks.
I posted a recording of my Linking OmniFocus: Beyond Task Management session yesterday in course format. Some of the lessons are free (no membership/login required), including What Is a Productivity System and The Ultimate Productivity App.
Last time I checked, Notion.so content was in a walled garden/silo. The linking approach is much more flexible.
It’s currently possible to manually link to information stored within Notion as I believe each element in Notion (e.g. a record in a table/database) has a unique URL. Though, this linking isn’t always as convenient as it could be.
I do hope Notion.so will provide a linking API at some point.
Notion has an API that’s currently in private beta. I think this will help make it much easier to integrate Notion into a comprehensive productivity system.
I’m continuing to follow Notion closely and think this app/service has a bright future.