With our Notion direct integration, it is now easy to integrate your forms. Currently, we support the following actions:
In the form editor, go to After Submissions → Integrations & Webhooks
Under Direct Integrations, click Notion, and choose from the list of possible actions.
Click the "Add Account +" Button to connect your Notion account. There are two ways of connecting to Notion
a) Connect Paperform directly with Notion (Recommended). Note that this can only be done once per workspace.
b) Connect a private integration with Paperform.
Follow the prompts to complete setting up the action.
You can remove or rename your Notion account at any time in your account settings.
In Notion integrations are treated just like other 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, just like you would share with a teammate.
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, currently, you can add:
# this is a h1
- this is a bullet point
1. This is a numbered point
- [ ] This is a todo
- [x] This is complete
This is *italic* *bold* ~striked~ `inline code`
> Content should be collapsed under me.
Any markdown that is unsupported will either fall back to plain text, or not be included in the page.
Notion integrations can only be connected to a workspace once. So if you or another admin on your Notion workspace to a Paperform account it cannot be added again unless it has been 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.
Paperform is a web platform that enables anyone to create beautiful online forms, payment or product pages, quickly and intuitively, without any technical knowledge.
Want to be able to do more with Notion? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.