I recently joined a team that has been using Notion for years and loves it. I'm finding my way and hoping to make things work for me without breaking them for everyone else.
One thing that we do is use notion pages for almost every meeting. So every Friday we create a Notion Page called "All Hands" for the All Hands meeting. If you want to look for an all hands from a specific date, you can't just search for "All Hands" because the dates don't appear in the search results. So it's just a long list of pages in the "Meetings and Events" database called "All Hands". I can limit the list by date, but it still doesn't show me the dates on the results themselves.
I can visit the calendar, obviously, but that takes a few steps.
In some cases, I'm also finding that we need to be able to look back at past instances of this meeting. So I add a backlink with
[[All... -- again the list that comes up is just everything titled "All Hands", and then I have to manually add the date after that (eg.
[[All Hands]] Jan 13)
It looks like there's not a way to incorporate a specific property into the page title (as discussed at https://notionanswers.com/1104/how-to-have-the-title-page-the-name-the-selected-property-type) but wondering if there are any other interesting solutions that would show a custom field (in this case it's called "When") to the title that is displayed when you link to or search for a page.