How to submit a template

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Our template gallery showcases Notion setups made by hundreds of people around the world — and we're always looking for new submissions! Below, you'll learn how to share templates to be displayed for millions to use and modify to fit their lives ✨

Submit your template

  • Make sure your template is a single Notion page that is publicly viewable.

    • To turn on public sharing, go to the Share menu at the top right of your template.

    • Toggle on Share to web.

    • Make sure the Allow duplicate as template option is switched on.

Note: For now, we're only able to support templates in English. However, we'll be rolling out other languages soon.

  • Click on the submission link above and follow the steps in the form.

  • You'll be asked for:

    • Contact information so we can get in touch with you.

    • The language your template is in.

    • Whether you're offering your template for free or on a paid site.

    • What your template does and how to use it.

  • You'll also have the option to include FAQs to further help other users.

    • E.g. "How do I generate a new bug report?" or "How do I view all apartment listings as a gallery?"

  • The Notion team adds selected templates to the gallery and will follow up with a link you can review and share.

Selection criteria

We receive hundreds of templates from our community every month. We review them in the order they're submitted, so it can take some time for them to post. We also want to make sure every template we display is great at both solving the problem it's tackling and teaching people how to use it.

In order to have your template posted, it must:

  • Meet all guidance and restrictions set forth in our template gallery terms below.

  • Enable a specific and clear use case for teams or individuals.

    • E.g. Meal planner, team directory, personal budgeting, company wiki

  • Include (inside the template) enough call-out boxes and instructions for using your page and its features.

    • You may include instructional videos or GIFs in a template if needed.

  • Provide enough sample or demo content to indicate proper use.

  • Be able to be used as a standalone page without relations to other pages.

  • Meet basic standards:

    • Clarity

    • Correct spelling

    • High-quality images if used inside your template

    • Not too many clashing colors

How we choose Notion Picks

Every few weeks, we refresh the templates featured at the top of our gallery. Selections are at Notion's discretion, and we also want to amplify as many community creations in this section as possible. Notion Picks are influenced by:

  • Timing - Major themes in the news, upcoming holidays, trends

  • Quality - Design excellence, good instructions, clarity of purpose

  • Use case - Strong, rare, or specific use cases that have a lot of relevance

  • Popularity - Template is finding a wide audience or trending

  • Audience targeting - Template solves a core use case for teams, companies, or an important subset of users

Notion's template gallery is a place to share your own work with other Notion users. Use of the template gallery is subject to Notion's Master Subscription Agreement and Personal Use Terms of Services (as applicable), Privacy Policy, and Content and Use Policy. Any terms used below shall have the same meaning as defined in these agreements.

  1. Resource creators retain ownership rights over their creations.

  2. Please do not upload other people's work unless you have appropriate consent or rights to do so. Please respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not post anything that you don’t have the rights to post.

If you are a creator of a template, you own and retain ownership rights to any User Content or Customer Data (as applicable) included in the templates you make available; provided that at all times Notion shall retain full ownership of the Services and any and all functionality that you use to generate such template. As between Users of Notion that download templates from the Template Gallery and Notion, templates are Non-Notion Applications.

Please respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not post anything that you don’t have the rights to post. By making a template available in the Notion Template Gallery, you represent and warrant that you have the rights and/or permission to make such template available to others. You hereby grant Notion a license to access, use, modify, and distribute your template. You hereby grant Users that duplicate your template a non-exclusive license to access and use such template for so long as they retain an active Subscription to the Services.

Inappropriate content

We are building a welcoming and inclusive community. Notion retains full discretion to not publish any content that is not appropriate.

We don’t allow any of the following in the template gallery:

  1. Pornography or sexually explicit or obscene material

  2. Depictions of minors in a sexual manner

  3. Hate speech or highly offensive language

  4. Harassment or threats

  5. Graphic violence

  6. Illegal activities or goods or promotion of illegal activities or goods

  7. Self-harm or the promotion of self-harm

  8. Promotion of terrorism or violent extremism

If you notice any content that violates the above guidelines, please report it to us at


  1. Do not post advertisements; and

  2. Do not link to spammy websites


Unless you have appropriate consent, please ensure that your template does not contain personal information or sensitive data such as:

  1. Phone numbers

  2. Private email addresses

  3. Physical addresses

  4. Credit card, bank account, or social security info

  5. Passwords

Report violations

See something that doesn't follow these guidelines? Write us at

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