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A guide to Notion's Slice Function


A notion tutorial on how to use the slice function in Notion to filter and sort data in databases. The slice function is a powerful tool that can be used to create custom views of your Notion database, making it easier to analyze data and stay organized.

The video begins with an introduction to the slice function and its various applications in Notion & then demonstrates how to sort pages by date in the title using the "Created Time" property, which can be helpful when working with time-sensitive projects.

It then moves on to the main topic, which is how to use the slice function in Notion & provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the slice function to filter and sort data based on various criteria, including text, numbers, and dates.

The video also includes a section on how to use the slice function to filter data based on multiple criteria, which can be useful when working with complex databases. It demonstrates how to use the "And" and "Or" operators to create custom filters and views.

This concludes with some tips and best practices for using the slice function in Notion, including how to use it in combination with other features like databases, templates, and formulas. Overall, this video is a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their Notion workflow and gain greater insights into their data using the slice function.


0:00 - Intro
0:45 - Sort Pages by Date In Title
7:30 - Average Five Star Rating
11:40 - Outro

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