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Gamified Goal Tracker and Project Manager - Notion Template

A minimalistic Notion template for goal tracking, project management, task management, with gamification (points and rewards). Knowledge base section included.

Points are as follows:

  • 1 💎 for each task completed
  • 10 💎 for each project completed
  • 100 💎 for each goal completed

Points will be automatically deducted when purchasing a new reward (Use the “New Reward” template in Rewards database and specify price). Simply increment the number in “quantity bought” field each time you buy the reward. A “last bought” date field is included for reference.

Use the provided templates in Goals, Projects and Tasks databases to create them with the points relation already connected (so points are automatically accumulated).

Each goal can be connected to several projects, each project can be connected to several tasks. In each goal and project you will see the total number of projects and tasks completed.

Use the board view to drag an item to change its status (from Not Started to In Progress etc). Checkboxes are provided for tasks and deadlines. This template utilizes the new status property field.

Disclaimer: The content provided in this article is for informational purposes only. You are solely responsible for verifying the information as being appropriate for your personal use.

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