How To Export A Table From Notion

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In this article, I will walk you through the steps of exporting a table from Notion. As an avid Notion user for managing my tasks and projects, I highly value the feature of being able to export tables. Whether you need to collaborate with others or have a duplicate copy, exporting your Notion table is a simple and convenient process.

Exporting a Table from Notion

To export a table from Notion, follow these steps:

  1. Open Notion and navigate to the page containing the table you want to export.
  2. Make sure the table is in view mode by clicking on the “…” menu in the top right corner of the table and selecting “Properties & Style”.
  3. Once in view mode, click on the three-dot menu again and select “Export”.
  4. A dialog box will appear, allowing you to choose the format in which you want to export the table. Notion supports several formats, including CSV, Excel, and Markdown. Choose the format that suits your needs.
  5. Click “Export” to start the export process. Notion will generate the file and provide you with a link to download it.

It’s as simple as that! Now you have a file containing your Notion table that you can use however you like.

Personal Experience

I have found the ability to export tables from Notion to be tremendously helpful in my workflow. For example, when collaborating with team members who don’t use Notion, I can easily export the table to CSV and share it with them. This way, everyone can access and work with the data, regardless of the tools they prefer to use.

Furthermore, having a backup copy of my tables gives me peace of mind. If anything were to happen to my Notion account or if I accidentally delete a table, I know that I have a copy saved locally that I can always refer back to.


Exporting a table from Notion is a straightforward process that allows you to share and backup your data easily. Whether you need to collaborate with others or simply want to have a local copy of your table, Notion provides several export formats to choose from. By following the steps outlined in this article, you’ll be able to export your tables with ease.