If you're a loving Pinterest and Notion user, then this tutorial is 100% made for you. Embedding Pinterest in Notion isn't hard, so follow this post tosee the easy way to embed pins in Notion!
Here's what you need to do:
First things first, you need to go to Pinterest and find your favourite pin. Got there? Cool.
On the Pin that you want to embed in Notion, make sure to hit the three-dot icon.
Upon hitting the three-dot icon, you should see a few options. The one that you care most about is "Get Pin embed code".
You should now see a pop-up with the code to embed the Pin on your website. Make sure to fully copy the code!
Up next, you want to go to the Notion page that hosts your Notion-built website, and you want to type "/code" in order to make the Code block.
Remember to also hit the "Code" button in order to finally build the block.
Next up, inside the Code block, you want to type "#EMBED" twice.
You'd want the tags to be posed just like in the image above so that you'd have an empty line in-between. Why? Well, that leads us to...
Your Code block should look just like the one in the image above, or like so:
The guide pretty much ends here. Don't worry, your public Notion website won't have all of that visible. While you'll always see this script inside your Notion page, this is what the Pinterest widget will look like on your Notion website:
Look at that! It's a functional Pinterest widget right inside a Notion-built website. So cool, right?
Yes, you can. All you have to do is copy the Pin's HTML Code and add inside a Notion Code block, right in-between two "#EMBED" tags. That's it!
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