Notion for startups
Start strong with one tool for your wiki, notes, projects, and more.
Try our Team Plan for free
All our team features, now available for startups everywhere.
- Unlimited pages & blocks
- Share with 5 guests
- Sync across devices
- Content APIComing soon
- Unlimited team members
- Collaborative workspace
- Advanced permissions
- Admin tools
Please see our pricing page for monthly pricing.
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Your startup’s operating system
See how YC-backed Cocoon runs on Notion.
Meet Alex Cornell and Sachin Monga, Co-founders of Cocoon, building a dedicated space for people’s inner circles. With a team of 4 and backing from Y Combinator, they’ve made Notion their company’s operating system — home to their wiki, roadmap, personal notes, and more.
“We’re using Notion to do what normally would have required three different tools cobbled together. Having it all in one place makes everything easier.”
They even came up with the idea for Cocoon on Notion. After leaving their respective design jobs at Facebook, they met for the first time at Sachin’s house, and started taking notes every day as they explored and discussed different concepts. Finally, they landed on one they loved.
Then came fundraising, and Notion was their mission control for the process. A database of investors helped them track and keep notes on every interaction. Instead of a traditional deck, they used a Notion document to pitch the company.
“The design is so clean. It let us tell the story on our own terms, in a way that was authentic to us and how we like to communicate. One of our earliest investors even said, ‘Oh wow, I love that you're using Notion.’”
3. Company wiki
Once they got underway, they wanted to capture institutional knowledge from the very beginning. Their early notes turned into the company’s library, which has since grown to include more documentation, investor updates, and research on the problem they’re solving.
4. Project management
These days, their most used page is the company roadmap. When the team doubled from 2 to 4, they needed a project management system that would keep all related work together and give everyone visibility into what was going on. This Notion database did the trick.
5. Growing the team
To help grow the team now and in the future, they keep a hiring pipeline in a Notion board. They also created a “Start Guide” checklist that any new hire can duplicate to make sure they’re spinning up fast with the right tools and reading in the library.
“Anyone who joins can go back and see how decisions got made from the very start, why we’re doing what we’re doing, and why we’re doing it this way. Most questions can be answered somewhere on Notion.”
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Questions & answers
You qualify for the discount if you meet two criteria:
1) You’re starting a workspace on Notion’s Team Plan for a startup.
2) You’re working with one of our partnering incubators or accelerators (seefor the full list).
We plan to expand eligibility in the future…please stay tuned.
We've seen thousands of startups use Notion to get going on the right foot — as a wiki, for project management, document sharing, notes, and more. We want to help more companies lay a strong foundation that can grow with them from the beginning.
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Notion’s Team Plan normally costs $10 per member per month paid monthly. So, for a team of 10, $1,000 in credit represents 10 months of free Notion. For a team of 5, it’s 20 months of free Notion, and so on.
Inside Notion, go to Settings & Members, and click Billing. You’ll see your current credit, including the $1,000 credit under Workspace Balance. It should appear there after you upgrade to the Team Plan.
Don’t see your investors on our list? There are a few things you can do:
1) Send them a note encouraging them to join the program.
2) Tweet at them and @NotionHQ with the hashtag #NotionForStartups and we’ll pick up the conversation!
3)and make your suggestion on our form.
We want to hear from you! Fill out, and we’ll get back to you with more information. We’re especially interested in finding partners outside of major tech hubs.