If you're writing a long document with multiple headings and sub-headings, you may want to give your readers a heads up of what it contains — and an easy way to jump to whatever section they want. Add a table of contents to accomplish both! 🙌

Here's one for this page:

How it works

Table of contents is its own type of content block in Notion. Adding it to a page automatically generates a list of anchor links to the headings in your document:

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Note: Your table of contents is a single unit that must be moved, deleted, duplicated, and styled as a unit. To edit the text it contains, edit the actual headings on your page.

Add a table of contents

You can add a table of contents like any other content block in Notion:

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