With the much-anticipated launch of Notion's API finally behind us there is now a Zapier Notion integration available to use:
For now, it's quite a basic integration - you can only interact with database items, and not pages. This will probably change as the integration develops and moves out of beta.
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Zapier have published this in-depth guide to get your started:
If you're a more visual learned, check out this video guide from Vensy Krishna where she steps through connecting Notion to Zapier and creating new database items fro Google Forms submissions (skip to 8:28):
Zapier suggest some ideas including:
They also published some more detailed advice in the from of a guest post from Notion expert William Nutt:
Yes you can!
Integromat has a Notion integration which is notable for having more functionality than Zapier's, including the ability to retrieve content from and add to existing pages. It also has a "Make an API Call" action step which allows you to utilise all the Notion API endpoints.
Here's a guide from Max van Collenburg to get you started:
They've also created this tutorial, showing how you can send tweets from a Notion board:
Similarly, n8n has a Notion integration that allows you to interact with blocks, pages, database items and users - making it the most comprehensive of all three services.
To give you some inspiration, the n8n team has written this guide.
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