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How to add weather to your Notion dashboard

How to add weather to your Notion dashboard

Having a weather widget in Notion can be useful both for you and the users. So, if you want to add a weather widget in Notion, we're now going to show you how to do that.

How to add weather to Notion

To add a weather widget to Notion, you just have to find a widget online, copy its HTML embeddable code or the embeddable link and paste it in Notion.

Though, this was just the short way of answering your question. For the fully-detailed answer, keep reading this post.

1. Copy your weather widget's code

For this guide, we've decided to use Meteoblue's weather widget. You can either use MeteoBlue's widget or any other widget that suits you taste!

how to add weather in notion

If you've decided to use MeteoBlue's widget, you first have to add your preferred location. To do that, use the search bar at the top of the page. Then you have to customise the widget to your preference.

Once you're done customising the widget, be sure to copy the whole code in the "HTML" section.

2. Create a Notion Embed block

For the next part, you should go to the page in Notion where you want to add the weather widget.

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Once you're there, type "/embed" and select the "Embed" block.

3. Integrate the weather widget to Notion

Lastly, teh third step of the tutorial on how to add weather widgets in Notion will have you adding the weather widget's code within the Embed block.

how to add weather to notion

After adding the code into the block, you should click the "Embed link" button, and then the weather widget will be displayed into your Notion page. So easy, huh?

Can you add weather to Notion?

Yes, you can add weather widgets to Notion. Simply copy your widget's code/URL and paste it in Notion's Embed block.

Thank you for reading this tutorial!

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