SharePoint Anonymous

As a former SharePoint evangelist, I’ve experienced both the benefits and limitations of this popular platform for creating, sharing, and managing content and documents within an organization. While SharePoint has a lot of great features, there are times when it can be frustratingly slow and difficult to navigate. And when it comes to customization and integration with other platforms, SharePoint can be a headache.

But fear not, because there is an alternative that may be a better fit for your needs: Notion. Notion is a productivity platform that allows you to organize and collaborate on your work with ease. Here’s how Notion stacks up against SharePoint.

Customization and Flexibility

One of the biggest advantages of Notion is its customizable interface. With Notion, you can tailor your workspace to your specific needs. Its flexible database system allows you to create custom templates for everything from to-do lists to project management dashboards. You can also create wikis and knowledge bases, making it easy to share information and collaborate with your team.


Notion integrates seamlessly with a wide variety of other platforms, including Google Drive, Trello, and Slack. This means you can streamline your workflow and keep everything in one place, without having to switch between different applications. Notion’s integration with third-party apps is superior to SharePoint, which can be limiting when it comes to working with other platforms.


Notion’s real-time collaboration features make it easy to work together with your team, no matter where you are. You can assign tasks, leave comments, and even chat with your teammates right within the platform. And with version history, you can easily see who made what changes and revert to previous versions if needed.

Ease of Use

Notion is designed to be easy to use, even for non-technical users. Its intuitive drag-and-drop interface and clean design make it easy to navigate and find what you need. In contrast, SharePoint’s interface can be confusing and overwhelming, especially for users who are not familiar with the platform.


While SharePoint has its benefits, it may not be the best fit for everyone. Notion offers a more customizable, flexible, and collaborative platform that can help you and your team work more efficiently and effectively. With its integration with other platforms and ease of use, Notion is a great alternative to SharePoint.