If you want to add some awesome GIFs to your Notion pages or Notion websites, but you're not sure how to do that, we're now going to show you how to do so.
In such a case, Giphy is your best friend - there are high chances that you may have heard of Giphy before. Now, we're going to show you how to integrate Giphy in Notion.
To integrate Giphy in Notion, you just have to copy the URL of a Giphy post (or the embed code) and add it inside a Notion Embed block. That easy!
For the explained way to do that, keep reading this post.
The very first step is going to Giphy and finding your favourite GIF. If you have a cool GIF already, cool! Make sure to go on its page on Giphy.
Once you've found that awesome GIF, you'll see a menu with a few quick options to share the GIF. Out of all, you want to select "Embed".
Then, you should see a pop-up with the HTML embeddable code of the GIF. Make sure to copy that code!
Now you have to go to the Notion page where you want to embed the Giphy GIF. In that page, type "/embed" and select the "Embed" block.
Within that Embed block, you'll want to add the code that was previously copied at the first step of this guide.
So, in the box where you can add some text, drop the code of the Giphy GIF.
Remember to also hit the "Embed link" button after adding the code. Otherwise, the embed won't be functional.
After hitting that blue button, your GIF should be working just fine within Notion. Let's check out our example!
While you can't really see it because the block from above is an image, that is a functional Giphy GIF, imported in Notion. So easy, right?
If the process above seems like too much to embed a GIF in Notion, here's another way to do that:
Both the option above and the one shown in the guide work just fine. Pick whichever one suits you best!
Thank you for reading this tutorial!