Thanks to the recent release of the Notion API, Notion now works with Zapier. This lets you connect your Workspace to more than 3000 services — including DocuSign, Dropbox, Google Calendar, Google Sheets, Evernote, Jira Software Cloud, MailChimp, Trello, Todoist and even WordPress — to create automated workflows.
Some of these automated workflows include automatically storing completed contracts in a dedicated section of your Notion Workspace after they’re signed by all parties in DocuSign, saving Evernote entries as new database items in Notion, and uploading new Dropbox files to a specified section of your Workspace.
You can even configure Notion to email, text or even shoot you a message on Slack whenever a new entry is added to a specific database, which could be useful for development teams when a critical bug report is filed. A simultaneous workflow can also be set up to automatically add all of these reports to Jira Software Cloud.
Best Zapier Workflows for Notion
Looking for inspiration? We’ve rounded up the best Zapier workflows for Notion below. Just keep in mind that you will need a Zapier account to take advantage of them. Fortunately, you can sign up for one for free — though it does have some limitations. If you’re just starting out though it will do the trick.