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This YouTube video discusses the "Formulas" module in the "Notion" course. The instructor, Rubén Cómo, offers a preview of the course, which covers foundational programming concepts all the way through functions. The course will be available for purchase at a discounted price of 40 euros, and students who take the course will have access to a library of examples.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video is about a new course module called "Formulas for the Course of Nausea." The instructor, Rubén Cómo, offers a preview of the course, which will cover foundational programming concepts all the way through functions. The course will be available for purchase at a discounted price of 40 euros, and students who take the course will have access to a library of examples.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses doubts people might have about the module on formulas in the course "Notion." The video offers some advice on how to address those doubts. People who are interested in entering the course can find the link here. The video also announces that a new video on the topic is forthcoming.
  • 00:10:00 This video demonstrates three ways to provide formal training in Notion. The video clearly outlines the difference between "notas" and "notion notes," but it is an introduction to the more complex topics of managing permissions and a variety of other subjects that might be useful for teaching Notion courses. Jorge Valdés, a certified project management trainer, offers certification in project management through his website, Miguel Pérez, a software engineer, shares his experience with working full-time on YouTube while maintaining a full-time job. Michel, a user of Notion, shares his thoughts on a possible change to how objects are exported from Ocean. Finally, Eduardo shares a question that is frequently asked on the Notion support page.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, Pablo explains that obsidian, while a useful tool in its own right, is not a replacement for Notion. Pablo also mentions that, depending on what you're looking to do with Notion, it might be a good fit. Finally, puppet masters shares a tip on using notion for administrative purposes, such as managing a workshop.
  • 00:20:00 The video presents doubts about the module "Formulas in the course of Notion" offered by the educator. However, one has to think about how it works in order to understand it. Auxilian is not an instrument, but a complement, and I have changed it because it does not make sense to do everything in obsidian the same way that it does not make sense to do everything in one option. Player says, "Hello, notion. Do you have any functionality integrated with Microsoft tools?" Then, directly, with make, I could not say because I have not seen if there is a tool to manage Microsoft topics. I understand that something has, but I do not know what it is. Therefore, I recommend that you look at make and see what integrations it offers because the best way to integrate is to create a integration between the two, and then do what you need. However, we are going back to the same thing every time we change something. You are losing time by constantly looking at tools. I think it's important to focus on what you're doing, not on how it looks. Everyone here can think what they want. Albert Pérez says, "I do not know if for this purpose the direct is
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Javier Santiago explains the module "Formulas in the Course of Notion" in detail, discussing the different types of formulas, how to calculate time elapsed, and how to useDate() and Time() functions. Additionally, he provides an example of creating a brain-digital tool, and promises to include a date- and time-management module in the upcoming course. Finally, Albert thanks Javier for his detailed explanation, and mentions that he has been using Notion to be more productive.
  • 00:30:00 This video discusses the module "Formulas in the course of Notion" which will be available in the course of notion later this week and will gradually be added over the next few weeks. There is a lot of content in the module, and it could be considered a new course. Those who are currently enrolled in the course of notion will receive the module free of charge. It is advisable to buy the module before Sunday, 2 October, at 23:59 Spanish time, because the price will be raised to 40 euros after that. People who buy the module before that will pay less. Furthermore, more content will be added later. People who are enrolled in the course of notion should not worry. They will receive the module as an update within the course of notion. Those who are not enrolled should subscribe to the newsletter to be kept updated on interesting topics. Moises from Peru says hello from Peru. Moises says which is the link for the courses on your website. It seems that the courses that are promoted on the website are the ones that are found on Gambrose. They are the only ones that are found on Game Road. The courses are usually sold for earlier, but currently the price is raised to 40 euros, which is the price they will
  • 00:35:00 The video lectures on the module "Formulas in the Curso of Notion" note that, though temporal, it is when you post a video that makes it available to a wider audience. Many people miss out on videos when they're first released, but eventually catch up. The courses are only promoted through the newsletter, which subscribers are automatically entered into. The video explains that it is not difficult to work with dates, but that it is laborious. There are more examples within the course, which will make the learning process more intuitive. The price of the courses is very low because it is based on how expensive similar courses are. This is something that each person has to decide for themselves, as each course is different.
  • 00:40:00 The video talks about the module "Formulas" in a course. It mentions that the presenter tries to condense the content so that it is easier for people to understand. It also says that the presenter always focuses on examples that can be used in real life situations. The presenter recommends that people evaluate the value of the course before purchasing it.
  • 00:45:00 In this YouTube video, Juan demonstrates how to use formulas in programming. He covers various functions and how to use them in practical examples. He also talks about how to structure your ideas using logic and formulas, and how this can be helpful in any language. Finally, Ricardo says that he will eventually do a course on obsidian, but it is not worth it because he himself is not an expert on the subject.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses how to set goals, create a plan to achieve those goals, and stay focused on your work. It also discusses a framework for book publishing.
  • 00:55:00 Dudas existen sobre el módulo de notion del curso, pero finalmente se decide que está muy interesante y que en algún momento se publicará. The video discusses the value of the course--that it is scientifically based and can be applied--and Miriam expresses appreciation for this. Mr. Rabbit offers his opinion on the value of the course and says that it comes from its applicability. Miriam shares that she is also interested in learning how to create a website in notion, and Rubén says that he would like to create a course on how to do this.

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The video discusses the module "Formulas in the course of Notion" and how it can help people avoid friction. It also covers the availability of bonus modules and provides a summary of the course.

  • 01:00:00 The video discusses the module on formulas in the course "Notion" and how one can start to understand why they are experiencing issues, and then go on to find solutions. It stresses the importance of introspection and analysis in order to identify patterns in one's behavior and symptoms, in order to be able to detect them and take action accordingly. It also emphasizes the importance of having a personal system for managing knowledge, and recommends that students keep a journal to help them track their progress. Finally, it reminds viewers that although we may disagree on certain topics, it is important to respect one another's opinions and work together to understand each other.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses the module of formulas in the course "Notion" and offers a 1-paragraph summary of its main points. The main points are that if someone has a different idea from you, it does not mean that you have to be angry with them or that their idea no longer makes sense. I try to understand what is happening, and if something is true for me, it is also true for many other people. I am very specialized in certain topics, and my specialty is simplifying things. I've said this many times in this direct, and I need things to be very simple and functional. So I don't like to complicate things because then I start to feel friction and I don't do that. This makes it so that many times things that I consider to be extreme, other people can actually use. I always advocate for simplicity, and I am the first person who gets complicated in life and then later corrects himself and says, "because it's so easy to see when I complicate things and they start to stop using things or start to feel the friction when you notice the friction, you have to take a step back." That's basically what I always advocate for-to help people learn how to use their tools the right way. If
  • 01:10:00 In this YouTube video, Marcos explains that he does not teach methods like "metodologías de ese tipo" in his course on Notion. In response to a question from Rubén about whether he offers any real-world examples in his course, Marcos responds that he does, and provides several examples of dates and data types. Finally, Delorean Mcfly asks a question about learning Notion, and Marcos offers his honest opinion that if someone wants to learn Notion, they should start with his videos and work their way up.
  • 01:15:00 In this YouTube video, Ricardo demonstrates how to use a formula option in Notion, but warns that you have to actually use and execute it in order to make use of it. He recommends that students take a course on Notion and Anki together. Marcos Marcos's "Tutorial on Notion and Anki" video is very helpful in understanding how to use these tools. Ricardo also recommends his "Courses on Learning: Psychology" online course as an excellent way to further your understanding of notions. He regularly updates his "Micro-Updates" videos which focus on specific aspects of the software.
  • 01:20:00 Rubén shares a screen of updates for his course Notion, including recent changes, in order to answer any doubts viewers may have about the module. He explains that he updates the course periodically, and that this latest update includes new videos and stories. Two days of updates follow, followed by a 1-month course update. Fran and Carlos, who are both studying Notion, share their thoughts on the course. Fran wants to use it as a freelance designer and developer, while Carlos wants to use it for his career as a motion graphic designer and email prospector. Rubén shares that he will create a one-time course sale, which will expire after a month. Later in the video, Rubén responds to viewer questions about making plans to enroll in the course and using the module for various purposes.
  • 01:25:00 The video discusses the course module on formulas, and how the instructor has been updating the course regularly. He says that it would be impossible for him to keep up with the updates if he were to continue to update the course at the same rate. Therefore, he is selling the course in a temporary format only. He plans to do this with several products, so that the users have access to it at different times. He also recommends using Obsidian, which some users seem to be happy with, but others have not had as much success with it. They also debate the merits of Google Force and Timeform.
  • 01:30:00 Gabriel explains that the module of formulas in the course, "Notion," has a name: "Dudas sobre el módulo de fórmulas del curso de Notion." He wants to say that if you want to see all of the examples he's made of things he's done with formulas and stories on his channel, you can find them there, for free. You can also sign up for his newsletter to get updates on topics that are really interesting to him. He's already talked about a lot of them on his channel. Carlos says that he meant "habit" to mean "the old way," which is what he called things before. Carolina says that Rubén should create a community where people can share what they've learned from his course. She doubts that this is a good idea because communities that she's been involved in have not been very good. Rubén says that it depends on many things, including how you approach procrastination. Finally, Gabriel says that there are three groups of actions: actions that count as actions, actions that are productive, and actions that are both productive and important. When he says that actions that count as actions are important, he means that they are important in the sense that
  • 01:35:00 In this video, Juan Daniel talks about how to deal with procrastination. He says that, in order to overcome procrastination, you first need to understand what it is and then figure out why you're procrastinating. Once you know that, you can start to take steps to overcome it. Juan also gives some recommendations for integrating notions into your coursework.
  • 01:40:00 The video discusses the module "Formulas in the course of Notion" and its price increase for the weekend. Carlos says that the price increase is justified because he is adding a module about formulas. Pau says that the price for the module is €40 Euros, which is good because he can buy it this weekend and have it for three or four weeks. Carlos says that the sooner people buy the course, the better it is for them. Juan Maria says that he is excited about the module because it will include "notion and game" and he will be using it for the first time. Carolina says that she is interested in using a particular tool, and Rubén says that he will show how to select the best tool for the job.
  • 01:45:00 The video discusses the different modules of the course "Notion" and how they can be useful in avoiding friction. It also covers the availability of bonus modules, which are available for purchase before they increase in price. Finally, the video provides a summary of the course and recommends purchasing it if it interests you.

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