Notion integrations connect tools like Jira, Google Drive, and Slack to Notion, to help supercharge your workflow. Integrations are built using Notion’s API.
Our team will proactively invite developers to apply to be listed in Notion’s Integration Gallery based on usage of the integration. All integrations featured must be publicly available via OAuth, and will undergo a security and privacy review prior to being listed. If you're interested in sharing what you've built, reach out to our team about your integration here.
Yes you can. The Notion API is publicly available for anyone to explore. You can view our documentation and get started at developers.notion.com. You can create internal integrations for private use, or build public integrations that are available to Notion users.
Integrations listed in the directory are a subset of all integrations available for Notion users. The directory includes all integrations that are built by Notion as well as other integrations that have been made by our partners and third parties. We are continuously adding more integrations to the directory.
Integrations that have been made by Notion are subject to the same review process and standards as Notion’s own product and services. Notion conducts a brief review of the third party integrations listed in our directory, but does not sponsor, support, or certify these integrations.
While Notion does not charge a fee to use integrations, our partners may charge a fee for using their service. You can learn more at each integration’s page.
You can access the API and install integrations on any Notion plan type.