The following terms (“Integration Gallery Terms”) govern your access and use of Notion’s integration directory (the “Integration Gallery”), available at notion.so/integrations, where Notion, in its sole discretion, makes certain Integrations, tools, and services available for use by Notion customers.
For purposes of these Integration Gallery Terms, capitalized terms shall have the meanings set forth below. Capitalized terms utilized in these Integration Gallery Terms and not defined shall have the meaning set forth in the Service Agreement.
“API” means any application programming interfaces and any accompanying documentation and materials made available by Notion.
“Developer” means any third party developer not affiliated with Notion who creates an Integration that runs on Notion’s Services.
“Integration” means any application that creates, reads, updates, exports, and removes or deletes certain content from the Services using Notion’s API.
“Integration Data” means any data or content collected, gathered, or used by an Integration, which may include personal data.
“Non-Notion Application” means any service, template, software, application, or integration that interoperates with the Service that is provided by you or a third party, including those provided through the Integration Gallery. For clarity, any Integrations that are developed or maintained by any party other than Notion are considered Non-Notion Applications.
“Workspace” means the separated sections of the Service where Users may submit, post or modify Customer Data. Workspaces have subcategories, such as Teams Workspaces and Enterprise Workspaces, that have different features and functionality as specified in the Documentation.
1.1 Account Access. To access Integrations, you must have a Notion account and log-in credentials. You are responsible for keeping your account details secure and must not share them with anyone else.
1.2 Access to and Use of the Integration Gallery and Integrations. You may use the Integration Gallery to browse, locate, view, use, license, subscribe to, or download Integrations for your Workspace. Integrations and features may not be available at all times or in all regions.
1.3 Third Party Integrations. Integrations may be offered by Notion for connecting to Non-Notion Applications, or made available by Developers, who are solely responsible for all aspects of the Integrations they publish, including functionality, security, availability, and support.
1.4 Availability of Integrations. Notion may modify, amend, change, or deprecate all or part of the Integration Gallery or Integrations at any time, in its sole discretion, and without prior notice by Notion or a Developer, and any data stored in connection with such Integrations outside of the Services may be lost or become inaccessible. If your use of the Notion Services is modified, terminated, or suspended, you may be prevented from accessing the Integration Gallery and any Integration Data or Integrations associated with your account.
1.5 Technical Limitations. Depending on your Notion account, Workspace, or user type (e.g., Personal, Personal Pro, Teams, or Enterprise), your use of the Integration Gallery and Integrations may be subject to certain technical limitations, such as rate limits for Notion’s API that are used by the Integration.
1.6 Third Party Links. The Integration Gallery may contain links to Developer’s websites or resources, which are Non-Notion Applications. Such Non-Notion Applications may be subject to different terms and conditions and privacy practices. Links to Non-Notion Applications are not an endorsement by Notion. Notion is not responsible or liable for the availability or accuracy of such Non-Notion Applications, or the content, products, or services available from such Developer websites.