NLDP stands for Natural Language Date Processing. Recently, I wanted to make Notion my go to planner app. The only problem was that it didn't include natural language date processing to calculate date and time. I missed this functionality from todoist. So I decided to built it myself with the available resources. In other words, I use notion formulas to calculate time. This allows to significantly reduce problems, errors, and concerns of privacy that are associated with embedded widgets.
Currently, the formula is currently under development. As of now v0.1 (Alpha Stage), the formula can offsets minutes from a given time or current time. (See Image #2). For e.g. "20 mins from 4 PM", or "in quarter hour". Nonetheless, I expect to support offsetting Days, Workdays, Day_of__Week, months, quarters, and years. So If you are interested in project, I urge you to check it out.
v1.0 : Scheduled Dates.
(Potential) v2.0: Re-occuring Dates. Supports triggers like checkboxes, tags, and custom deadlines.
Links to Alpha Version (v0.1):
If you have any question, please reach out to me email@example.com or DM me on twitter @Nilayperk.
A Notion Template. Which Includes one formula to validate inputs and one formula to convert text into dates.