Nicholas Bouchard

Nick has worked as a marketer for growing tech teams for nearly five years. He has extensive experience with Asana, Trello, ClickUp, Google Sheets, HubSpot, Intercom, Mailchimp, and more. Nick often serves as an improvised project manager for Unito's marketing team, and Asana is his weapon of choice. When he's not writing for the Unito blog, Nick is either working on his latest novel or obsessing over building a self-sustaining homestead in an undisclosed location.
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What Is a Monthly Reporting Template? (And Some Templates To Help You)

Monthly reporting templates are used by CEOs, team leads, and project managers to share progress with the rest of the business. Here’s how you can use them, too.

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How to Connect Jotform and Google Sheets (2 Methods)

With this guide, you’ll learn how to connect Jotform with Google Sheets using built-in Jotform features and Unito’s integration.

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The 7 Best Excel Add-ins To Get More Out of Your Spreadsheet

If you love your Excel spreadsheets, you also know they can do more. Here’s our list of the best Excel add-ins for all roles.

How Habit Stacking Builds Habits That Last

Do you struggle to build new habits? Learn how using habit stacking can help you implement them and make them last.

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Notion Project Management: How It Works and What You’ll Need

Need a new system to run your projects? Want to use Notion? Here are a few things to keep in mind before you start, like what pages you’ll need and how to get everyone on the same one.

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How to Create an Employee Resource Database With Airtable and Unito

With Unito, you can build a dynamic employee resource database that’s kept up-to-date automatically, no matter where it’s updated from. Here’s how it’s done.

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How to Export Notion Pages and Databases

You can use Notion to do just about anything, but every so often you’ll need to export Notion data for use in another tool. Here’s how you can do it.

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Unito’s Guide To Phased Migrations

Migrations are full of risk, take weeks, and often put important projects on hold. Here’s how phased migrations solve all these problems.

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How To Embed a Google Calendar in Notion (2 Methods)

Need to see your meetings in Notion? Here are two ways you can embed your Google Calendar events in a Notion page.

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What Is Stripe and How Does It Work?

Stripe is one of the most popular payment processors for entrepreneurs and organizations that do business on the internet. Here’s how it works.

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Microsoft Excel Project Management: What It Is and 15 Free Templates To Get You Started

Want to manage projects in a tool you already have? Here’s how Microsoft Excel can solve all your project management problems.