Notion, the renowned note-taking app, has unveiled a new feature called Q&A that utilizes AI to help read through and answer questions based on our notes (which we may have forgotten or shared within a team). The use of Q&A is similar to searching for notes or conversing with other AI chatbots. Simply click on the Search button in the Notion app (or use the keyboard shortcut Cmd + shift + K on Mac or Ctrl + shift + K on Windows) and type in your questions in various topics, and the AI will provide immediate answers.
Notion claims that this feature allows us to quickly access information from our project’s document repository. For example, if we are new members entering an existing project with limited knowledge, unsure of whom to ask, we can engage in a conversation with the AI in Notion to learn about the project’s information instead of manually combing through all the documents.
Notion briefly mentions that the Q&A feature utilizes language models developed by Anthropic and OpenAI, but does not provide further details on how it precisely functions. They also assure that customer data is not used to train the AI.
This feature is included in the premium AI Add-On package called AI Add-On, which is available for an additional cost of $8 per month on top of an existing Notion subscription. However, if you are using Notion for free, you can purchase this add-on for $10 per month.
TLDR: Notion has introduced a new feature called Q&A, powered by Anthropic and OpenAI’s language models, which allows users to quickly access information from their project’s document repository. By engaging with the AI in Notion, users can learn about their project’s data, eliminating the need to manually search through all the documents. The Q&A feature is available as part of the premium AI Add-On package for an extra $8 per month or $10 per month for free Notion users.