Internal (API Token)

Are you sure want to create an Internal Notion integration? In most cases, the Public integration is preferred, see Public (OAuth2).

Setup the integration in Notion

Follow the directions in the Notion documentation: Internal integration auth flow set-up

Save the token for the next step.

Connect the Integration to Notion Pages/Databases

To provide your Notion Integration access to pages/databases in your Notion workspace, you must add it as a connection. See the relevant Notion documentation.

  1. Click the 3-dot menu for the page

  2. Connections > Add connections

  3. Search for your integration

  4. Confirm access for your configuration

Setup the integration in PixieBrix

To set up a cloud integration that your team can access, head to the Admin Console. If you'd rather set up something locally, use the Extension Console. Learn more about Configuring Integrations.

From the Integrations section in the Admin or Extension Console, click the + Add Integration button in the top right corner.

Search for and select Notion Internal.

Name your configuration something clear to you and paste in the token from the previous step.

Click Save, and your integration is ready.

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