Notion API and what it means, Edu-Creator Operating System, Float
It's been an exciting week in the Notion universe! The long-awaited Notion API finally opened up for public beta on Thursday. This allows you to connect Notion with the rest of your productivity stack and opens up plenty opportunities for new workflows & products. Are you excited about a particular integration? Or thinking of building something yourself? Let us know on Twitter!
📓 Template: Edu-Creator Operating System
Edu-Creator O.S. template by Serj Hunt is a comprehensive guidebook for educational content creators. It includes 30+ templates, channel strategy guide, dashboards, learner experience guide. In short, everything you need to turn your information intake into courses, workshops and learning content for others.
🛠️ Tool: Float
We're staying on the educational theme because Float just launched for private beta! Float promises an easy way to build a traditional course platform from your Notion docs by Blake Emal. If you'd like to try it out, sign up for the waitlist.
💡 Tip: Test out Notion integrations with Zapier, Typeform and Automate.io
As soon as the Notion API launched, companies started building out custom integrations. Here's a couple of examples that you can try out yourself:
Use Zapier's integration to create automated workflows that cement Notion as your team’s information hub.
Use Typeform's integration to collect all of your form responses in Notion in real-time, share them with your team and turn them into powerful insights.
Use Automate.io’s integration to link Notion with 200+ cloud apps. You can automatically sync Jira issues to Notion or send Slack notifications on new items in Notion, no code needed.
Thanks for reading. As always, if you come across something interesting and new in the world of Notion, let us know on Twitter at @notionery.
Have a great week!
– Cole, Filip & Liz ✌️