Notion, the sleek and sophisticated note-taking app, is going free for the education market. The company said today that teachers and students who sign up with an academic email address will get a free upgrade to the premium version of the software, which entitles them to unlimited uploads, storage, and version history features. The service has a sleek design, robust feature set, and cross-platform availability — and students or teachers seeking a new online workspace will find it well worth a look.
I was all excited about this offer, until I dug in to it. The free offer is for students or educators at the college level. So K-12 students and educators need not apply. The other problem for students is that it is only active for as long as they have their college email.
That being said, if you are looking for a great notetaking and organizing application, then be sure to check out Notiong. A free tier is available, which limits features, most notably, how much you can store.