The Pomodoro method is known and loved by the productivity community. Developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 80s, the technique is designed to help break up tasks into smaller intervals, allowing for breaks throughout.

If you’re looking to bring this technique right into your Notion workspace – you’re in luck! There are several Pomodoro widgets and templates to add to your Notion setup to help you get more done, without even having to leave the app. We’ve curated some of the best Notion Pomodoro timer widgets and templates for you to get started – check them out!

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Notion Pomodoro Timer Widgets

Flocus.io – Minimalist Pomodoro Timer Widget

Timer Widget Available Here

Minimalist Pomodoro Timer Notion Widget

StudyWithMe.io – Aesthetic Pomodoro Timer Widget

Timer Widget Available Here

Aesthetic Pomodoro Timer Notion Widget

Pomodoro Tracker Timer Widget

Timer Widget Available Here

Pomodoro Tracker Timer Widget

Pomofocus – Simple Pomodoro Timer Widget

Timer Widget Available Here

Pomofocus – Simple Pomodoro Timer Widget

Notion Pomodoro Templates

Tomato – Notion Pomodoro Template

Template Available Here

Tomato – Notion Pomodoro Template

Pomodoro Planner & Tracker Template

Template Available Here

Notion Pomodoro Planner & Tracker Template

The Pomodoro Plan with Task Database

Template Available Here

The Pomodoro Plan with Notion Task Database

Pomodoro Task Manager Template for Notion

Template Available Here

Pomodoro Task Manager Template for Notion

Are we missing any Notion Pomodoro widgets? What other focus techniques are you using? Let us know down in the comments below!

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