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About Digital Brain

The Digital Brain is a Notion template that provides a structure for managing and accessing digital information. It is based on the Second Brain concept by Tiago Forte and is designed to enhance cognitive abilities and improve productivity. By using the Digital Brain template, individuals can create a personal system for organizing information that allows them to process and retain information more effectively, leading to greater efficiency and effectiveness in their daily lives.

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Summary of Second Brain Concept by Tiago Forte

Tiago Forte's Second Brain framework helps individuals organize their digital information effectively. It consists of four components: capture, organize, distill, and express. It allows for easy access to and leveraging of vast amounts of information encountered in daily life, making individuals more productive and efficient. Learn more

Key Offering (C.O.D.E)

Capturing (Keep what resonates)

This component provides ways to capture and store various forms of information, such as saving web pages, bookmarks, notes, and categorizing them by topics for easy retrieval.

  • Save: Saving web pages, articles, or documents that are relevant and interesting using tools such as Pocket or Instapaper.
  • Bookmarks: Organizing bookmarks you read in the book by topic for easy access.
  • Notes: Jotting down notes, ideas, or thoughts using a digital note-taking tool or a physical notebook.
  • Categories by Topics: Categorize notes, saved web pages, and bookmarks by topics, so that everything related to a particular topic can be easily accessed

Organize (P.A.R.A Method)

This component follows the P.A.R.A method, which stands for Projects, Areas, Resources, and Archives. It provides a structured approach to organizing information, making it easier to manage and review regularly.

  • Projects: Series of tasks linked to a goal, with a deadline. Additionally, quick tasks can be created for goal hacking.
  • Areas: Spheres of activity with a standard to be maintained over time
  • Resources: Topics of ongoing interest.
  • Archives: Reviewing and organizing information weekly to keep it up-to-date and relevant.


This component involves extracting insights and useful information from the stored information by revising notes and using notebooks. It helps to distill and consolidate information to enhance learning and decision-making.

  • Note Revision: Revisit a note, recapture the situation, and gain new perspectives on the same scenarios.
  • Notebooks: Progressive summarizing to find the essence.


After collecting and organizing all of your notes and information, it's worth considering sharing what you've learned with others. Without sharing, hoarding information would serve no purpose.

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Capture Features
Topics (including Banner Image Files)
Areas & Goals
Projects & Tasks
Weekly Review Tool
Routines Management
Detail Pages
Visual Assets
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