Columns are the most vital part of any table. They are used to distinguish crucial pieces of information. Adding any amount of columns in Notion is possible.
Notion allows you to group your text or images without creating a table. Sometimes, it makes sense to put pieces of information next to each other. You can use the drag and drop method to format your text into columns in these instances.
You have complete control to put a photo or text wherever you want by dragging and dropping content. Any content block in Notion (including lines of text) can be dragged and dropped around the page, including rows on tables and cards on boards.
Creating Columns in Notion
Here’s how to drag and drop text into a column:
1. First, create a Notion account if you don’t have one, or log in if you already have one.
2. Next, write down the text you want to make into a column.
3. After that, hover your cursor over the piece of text you want to make a column.
4. Next, you will see a small icon with dots that will show up as a handle on the left. Click it to be able to move the content.
5. Then, Drag the content wherever you want around the page. You’ll see blue guides indicating where the text will go. Make sure you drag the block to the left or right because otherwise would be placed under the blue line.
6. Finally, you’ll see a vertical blue line. That is a sign that you are creating columns. Drop the text where you want it to be by releasing the mouse.
- Now you have your columns.
You can repeat the same steps if you’d like to reorder the columns in the sidebar on the left. You can also use these columns to create separate to-do lists or organize your data.
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Notion is an excellent tool for project management and communication between team members because it is customizable, user-friendly, and offers different options. You can also use Notion for personal purposes, such as jotting down ideas, making to-do lists, or keeping a journal.
Creating columns in Notions allows you to keep data organized and even use it as a database.