Though, you’re most likely here because you’ve already built your own Notion website.
Therefore, within this guide, we’re going to show you all there is to do in order to integrate Cal into Notion.
To integrate Cal into Notion, you just have to grab the meeting’s link or code and embed it into Notion, or through the Simple.ink custom code section of your website.
Now keep in mind that this was just the short way to answer your question. For more, keep reading the guide!
The first method implies copying and pasting you Cal.com meeting's link and then embedding it into Notion.
First of all, go to your Cal.com Event Types and select your favourite event/meeting.
There, be sure to click the icon with the link - see the image above.
Now go to your favourite Notion.so website, and within the page(s), paste your link.
Once you've pasted the link, you should see 3 options: Dismiss, Create embed, Create bookmark.
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What you want to select is "Create embed". Then, you should be able to see the Cal.com integration just like in the image above.
That's it with the first way to integrate Cal.com to your Notion website!
For the second method of the guide on how to embed Cal.com to Notion websites, we're going to show you how to use the custom code section.
You'll first have to go to the Integrations settings within Cal.com and scroll all the way down to the bottom.
From there, choose your favourite option: "Standard iframe" or "Responsive full screen iframe".
Now head towards your Notion website's custom code settings.
There, you'll have to paste your Cal.com integration's code.
Once you've done that, you've basically finished the second method on integrating Cal.com to your Notion website!
The answer to this question is simple: yes, you can. All you have to do is copy your Cal.com event's URL and paste it into Notion, and then it'll be displayed on your website.
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