It is now possible to integrate your Notion database into Fibery. The integration app can be found, along with many others, by following Integrate link in the database editor of the database into which the Notion data is to be integrated.

There are two ways to connect your Notion account to Fibery.

OAuth is the preferred (easiest) method 😉

As an alternative to OAuth, you can use a Notion API Integration Token. Click on Notion Account and provide your token (instructions on how to create a token are provided).

Click Connect and select the pages or databases you would like to be integrated.

NOTE: Select the parent pages if your databases are inside pages and are not visible on Notion Access Page. In my case Demo page has two databases (Features and Tasks) inside.

Select the databases you would like to sync in the integration settings.

Click Sync Now and the integration process will be started.

NOTE: Only Notion database records are synced. Documents sync is not yet supported. All file fields are synced into one files section in Fibery.

If you want to completely migrate from Notion to Fibery 😁 you can disable the integration once your data has been fully synchronised.

To do this, click on the Notion icon and then choose Disable Integration from the options menu.

At this point the integration databases will be converted to native Fibery databases and can be configured/edited in all the normal ways 👍

Check out our documentation for info on creating your own integrations with other tools.

Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.

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