Sync Your Notion Files With Zapier

Zapier is a third-party product that allows users to integrate the online tools they use, to automate their workflows. By connecting Zapier to Notion, you can automatically sync memory blocks from a selected Notion page.

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Create a Zap

After creating an account navigate to โ€œZapsโ€ on the left sidebar and click โ€œCreate.โ€

Search and select โ€œNotion.โ€

Set Up a Trigger from Notion

Click โ€œNew Database Itemโ€ under the โ€œEventโ€ field. Then click on "Continue." Sign in to connect your Notion account to Zapier.

Grant access to desired pages.

Press โ€œContinue.โ€

Set Up an Action for your personal AI

Search โ€œโ€

Select โ€œSign inโ€ to connect your account to your Zapier. Go to โ€œSettingsโ€ and โ€œAccount Settings.โ€ Locate and copy your API key.

Paste your API Key on the Zapier connection page.

Notion page selected for reference.

Ensure the trigger is โ€œrunning.โ€ You can always go back to this page to turn this trigger off as needed.

The content from your Notion page will now automatically sync to your memory stack.

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