Then you might be on this page because you want to add testimonials on your website, and Shoutout.so may be your friend din this case.
Testimonials are basically reviews ans feedback from your users or customers.
They are what we sometimes call a ‘wall of love page’ - a page where people express their thoughts on your product.
Now that we’ve cleared this up, let’s get to the guide!
The short answer is this: you have to make your Shoutout wall, copy its code, and then embed it in Notion. Yep, it’s that easy.
But remember, this was just the short answer to your question. Follow the guide to see the full explanation on how to integrate Shoutout in Notion.
Once you've added your preferred shoutouts, be sure to save your changes.
Now, the first step to integrating Shoutout in Notion is going to Shoutout.so and copying your desired wall’s code.
To copy your code, hit the "</> Embed" button and you'll get to a screne simialr to the one in the image above. Bear in mind that we’re going to need this code later.
Up next, you’ll have to to Simple.ink’s custom code section and select the Notion website where you want to integrate Shoutout.
Got to the website? Nice. The last contribution to this step is going to the “Custom code” section from the left side of the screen’s menu.
Next up, you have to paste your Shoutout wall’s code within the custom code box in the website builder.
Be sure to hit the “Save changes” button, as your code won’t be saved unless you save it there.
Your changes will be updated to the public website instantly, so then go to the site and you should see the Shoutout embed.
Hey, you’ve done it! Congrats on integrating Shoutout to your Notion website.
Yes, you can do that by copying your testimonial’s code and pasting it into Simple.ink’s custom code section of your Notion website.
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