Using the Notion Importer
How to migrate from Notion to Coda

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Importing to a new Coda doc

❇️ Begin by exporting from Notion

Step 1: Select your top-level page (which will include its subpages)
Step 2: Click the 3 dot menu in the upper right corner
Step 3: Select Export
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Step 4: From the export menu, select your format as HTML.
Step 5: Indicate whether you’d like to include subpages or not. We recommend including subpages, as all tables in Notion rely on data from subpages. Exporting without these will prevent your tables from importing to Coda.

Step 6: This will export your work as a zipped file, and download it to your browser; you’ll also get an email with the download link
🚨 IMPORTANT NOTE: As tempting as it might be, do NOT open the zip file! Leave the zip file as is. A common mistake is to open the zip file and try to import the folder within. Resist the urge to open the zip, you want to import the whole zip file.

❇️ Next, create a new Coda doc

Step 1: Go to
Step 2: Click “New Doc” in the upper right hand corner.
Step 3: Select the first option, “Blank Doc”
Step 4: Name your doc by double clicking the doc’ name in the upper left corner and type a new one.
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❇️ Then, import to Coda

Once you have your export, you can import the file into Coda as a new doc, or from an existing doc.
💡 Tip: To preserve people references (i.e. @Jonny Appleseed in your export), make sure your doc is shared with those referenced in your Notion doc before importing. Instructions on how to share
Step 1: Click the Insert text in the upper right corner of your doc
Step 2: Search for “Notion,” and click the option that appears under “Import”
Step 3: Click the Select file button
Step 4: Choose your zipped file, and click Open

Want to print your doc?
This is not the way.
Try clicking the ⋯ next to your doc name or using a keyboard shortcut (
) instead.