Exporting Priorities to Notion

How to Export Priorities to Notion

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Recently we added new export possibilities for your priorities. One of them was exporting to Notion. Notion gained popularity as an all-in-one productivity tool combining wikis, kanban lists, calendars, databases, and many other widgets. You can use it alone or collaboratively. And it’s free for personal usage. This article will show how to export priorities from 1st things 1st to Notion checklist.

Export to Notion Workflow

Let’s say you prioritized your next steps after business idea validation. You like managing your tasks in Notion. Therefore, logically you want to create a checklist with your priorities on Notion now.

First, you would click on the “Notion” button on the prioritization project results page and get a markdown file saved onto your computer.

Click on the "Notion" button in the prioritization results page to export to Notion.

The filename would look something like this:


Second, open Notion and locate the “Import” link in the sidebar. Click on it and choose “Text & Markdown”.

On Notion, locate the "Import" button, click on it, and choose "Text & Markdown" to import your markdown file.

Select your markdown file. And, Notion will create a new page for you:

As the result, you will get a nicely imported checklist with tasks to choose for sure, to consider, or to skip.

That’s it. Now you can work on the tasks in the checklist.

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Set Priorities in “1st things 1st”, Track Your Progress in Notion

As you see, you can set priorities with 1st things 1st and then track your progress in Notion. The workflow was pretty simple, takes just a couple of minutes, and you don’t even need any OAuth 2 connections or API Keys.

If you have any suggestions on how we could improve it further, let me know.

Thanks to Levi Lei for the cover photo.

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