Public pages that automatically expire and more
Auto-expiring public pages
Some public pages are only meant to be shared for a limited time (e.g. marketing one-pagers or investor updates). Now, when you select
Share to web on a paid plan, you have the option to set an auto-expiration date using the new
Link expires button.
Dynamic @mentions in the title of a database template
Less manual entry is always a good thing. Now, you can include variables like
@today/@now/@me in the title of your database template (e.g. including
@today in the title of a meeting notes template ensures the current date is always in a new meeting note).
Interact with text in images on iOS
A picture is worth more than a thousand words – especially if you can copy and paste text from it. After adding an image with text in your iOS app, you can now:
Select and copy text + translate
Click on URLs, open addresses in Maps, create calendar events, save phone numbers, etc.
Interact with a QR code
This feature is only available on iPhone XS and above with iOS 16
Use Notion Web Clipper to pull recipes
No more scrolling through extra fluff to view a recipe. When you use our web clipper to add a recipe to your workspace from a site like The Food Network, we’ll automatically place the recipe at the top of your Notion page.
Bug fixes & improvements
Every few months, our engineers participate in a week-long “bug bash” to keep your Notion workspace running smoothly. Here are a few of the bug fixes & improvements that resulted:
You can now search for the perfect emoji in any of our supported languages
Alt/Option + Shift + Las a shortcut to copy a link to a specific block
Fixed a bug to make interacting with comments smoother
Fixed a bug to ensure that switching your workspace’s language works consistently
Choosing Dark/Light mode from one tab will instantly take effect on all other open tabs
Improved the ability to recognize date mentions typed in non-English languages
Added markdown support for double-byte characters that are common in APAC countries
For new API features & improvements, go to developers.notion.com/changelog →