If you want to let anyone on the internet view your Notion page, you'll want to make it public.
Shareon the page and go to the
Publish to web.
When the page is published you can choose some additional options:
Link expiring: Time that the link will automatically expire.
Allow editing: Any logged in Notion user can edit the page.
Allow comments: Any logged in Notion user add comments to this page.
Allow duplicate as template: Users can duplicated the page to their own workspace.
Search engine indexing: Allows page to search up in search engine results.
Note: When you publish a Notion page to the web, the webpage’s metadata may include the names, profile photos, and email addresses associated with any Notion users that have contributed to the page.
When your Notion page is public, anyone on the web can read it and interact with certain components:
Subpages are also published by default, along with any of their subpages.
You can restrict subpage permissions to hide them from public view!
For databases, viewers can toggle between views and open the pages they contain.
Your site's navigation appears as a breadcrumb menu at the top for all viewers.
At the top right, people can
Searchthe content of your page (and all its sub-pages), or click
Duplicateto add an exact, editable replica of your page to their own Notion workspace (if you've toggled this feature on).
If you have
Allow editingturned on, folks who have your link and are logged into a Notion account will be able to make edits to your page.
If you have pages shared to the web, you'll be able to choose which one you'd like to display as a default home page, reachable at
Settings & membersin your sidebar, then
Scroll down to the
Public home pagesection. In the dropdown, you'll be able to select which of your publicly shared pages you'd like to make the public home page.
Below this, you'll see your public home page URL.
⋮⋮ icon next to any block and choose
Copy link in the menu. This will copy the anchor link to that block to your clipboard.
Tables of contents work on public pages, so you can also use that tool to create anchor links to headings on your public page. To add a table of contents, type
/table of and press
Not at the moment, unfortunately 😓 We'll work on that!
Yes! Your old notion.so links will still work. If the link was created after June 29, 2021, it will take folks to an intermediate page where they can click on the new link.
It sounds like you may be sharing the URL copied from your browser, rather than the direct URL for the public page.
To get the URL that will take users directly to your public page, click on the "Share" button at the top right corner of your page, then click "Copy link." This URL will have your workspace domain at the beginning of the URL (i.e.
If you change your workspace domain, any existing links starting with the previous domain (
previousdomain.notion.site) will no longer work. You'll need to re-share the new links.
You can find the new links by clicking on "Share" at the top right corner of the page and clicking "Copy link."
Not at the moment, but it's on our to-do list! For the time being, you can share your page privately by using the
Invite a person button in the
Share menu at the top of a page, although they will need to have a Notion account in order to view it.
If they don't have a Notion account, you can enable
Public access in the
Share menu, and ensure that search engine indexing is disabled for privacy. That said, anyone who has the link will be able to see it on the web.