With our Notion direct integration, it is now easy to integrate your forms.
We support the following actions:
You can provide access to one or more Notion pages by using either of the following methods:
Signing in is the easiest and preferred method, allowing you to pick the pages you want the integration to have access to. You may use a private integration instead, if you prefer, but you'll need to be an admin of your workspace.
Review Notion's documentation on managing integrations in your workspace for more information.
To connect an account:
You can remove or rename your Notion account at any time in your account settings.
Our Notion integration is a supported Quick Integration.
This means that you can:
To use the quick integration:
Once created, you can modify the integration at any time by going to After Submission → Integrations & Webhooks from the form editor.
Paperform has experimental support for rich content when adding content into Notion. To do this, content needs to be written in the lightweight markup language called Markdown that we've extended to support some of Notion's specific content types.
Not all content is supported.
# Heading 1 ## Heading 2 ### Heading 3 ...
* Bullet points
1. Numbered 2. Lists
- [ ] Incomplete todo item - [x] Complete todo item
*Italics* **Bold** ~strikethrough~ `inline code`
> List text Collapsed text that is only visible if you toggle the list I'm not in the toggle list since there's a blank line between us
Any Markdown that is unsupported will either fall back to plain text, or not be included in the page.
In Notion, integrations are treated like users — they don't automatically get access to all of your pages. However, you can give them access easily by sharing the page with them via the "Share" menu in Notion, similar to how you would share with a teammate.
Notion integrations may only be connected to a workspace once. If you or another admin on your Notion workspace connected a Paperform account, it cannot be added again unless it is removed from the workspace in Notion.
Alternatively, you can create a private integration for your workspace, and connect with that instead of using the standard connection.