How To Embed Widget In Notion

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Are you looking to enhance your Notion workspace with embedded widgets? You’re in luck! In this article, I will demonstrate how to embed a widget in Notion and elevate your productivity to new heights.

First of all, let’s talk about what widgets are. Widgets are small applications or tools that provide specific functionality within a larger application or website. They can be anything from calendars and to-do lists to weather forecasts and social media feeds.

Embedding a widget in Notion is a great way to bring external content or functionality into your workspace. Whether you want to display a live Twitter feed, integrate a Kanban board, or embed a Google Calendar, Notion allows you to do it all.

Step 1: Find the Widget

The first step is to find the widget you want to embed. There are numerous widget providers out there, such as Embedly and Widgetic, that offer a wide range of widgets to choose from. Take some time to browse their collections and find the perfect widget for your needs.

Step 2: Get the Embed Code

Once you’ve found the widget you want to embed, you’ll need to get the embed code. This code is usually provided by the widget provider and allows you to display the widget on your website or in this case, your Notion workspace.

To get the embed code, look for the option to embed or share the widget. This will usually generate a code snippet that you can copy and paste.

Step 3: Add the Embed Code in Notion

Now that you have the embed code, it’s time to add it to your Notion workspace. Open your Notion page or create a new one where you want to embed the widget.

In Notion, go to the block where you want to add the widget and click on the “+” button to add a new block. Look for the “Code” block and click on it to add it to your page.

Paste the embed code into the code block, and Notion will automatically render the widget for you. You can resize or reposition the widget by dragging and dropping it within the page.

Step 4: Customize the Widget (Optional)

Some widgets allow you to customize their appearance and behavior. To do this, you’ll need to refer to the widget provider’s documentation or settings. They may provide options to change colors, fonts, or even add custom CSS to style the widget to match your Notion workspace.

Conclusion

Embedding widgets in Notion is a powerful way to enhance your workspace and bring in external functionality. By following the steps outlined in this article, you’ll be able to embed widgets seamlessly into your Notion pages and take your productivity to new heights. So go ahead, give it a try, and unlock the full potential of your Notion workspace!