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 “Zaps” on the left sidebar and click “Create.”
Search and select “Notion.”

Set Up a Trigger from Notion

Click “New Database Item” under the “Event” field. Then click on "Continue." Sign in to connect your Notion account to Zapier.
Grant access to desired pages.
Select the notion page that you want to continuously sync to your personal AI. Then select “Continue.”
Press “Continue.”

Set Up an Action for your personal AI

Search “”
Under the event field select “Sync Memory.”
Select “Sign in” to connect your account to your Zapier. Go to “Settings” and “Account Settings.” Locate and copy your API key.
Paste your API Key on the Zapier connection page.
In the “text” field select the fields of the database that you’d like to sync to your memory stack. (OPTIONAL) Choose a “source name.” The chosen source will appear next to the data in your memory stack. This can be helpful when trying to figure out where your memory blocks come from.
Press “Publish Zap.”
Notion page selected for reference.
Ensure the trigger is “running.” 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.