Notion and Fibery are both “no code” tools which have a lot of similarities. I use both and each is better for particular use cases. One has features the other doesn’t, and vice versa. Here I’ll outline the major differences between them and the benefits and drawbacks of each. Updated ongoingly.
- Very intuitive and fairly flexible visual page layout (blocks, columns, etc.)
- Easy and flexible “embed” functions for content elsewhere in the system
- Nice bookmarking/“oneboxing”/embedding of external content, with special support for a range of specific sites and tools
- @date reminders/notifications
- Database page layout always has Properties at the top. You can rearrange and hide them, but your page contents is still always below them, which is non-ideal.
- Development has been troubled for several years now