Starting today we will be changing who can authorize public integrations in Notion workspaces. The previously released authorization method will be fully deprecated on October 19.
Database objects now return the web address of the database in the
The Notion API now supports the Delete a block endpoint for all supported block types (include pages). The endpoint mirrors the behavior in the Notion application UI where items are added to the "Trash" bucket. In addition, the Block object now returns a boolean
archived field to denote if the block has been deleted.
We have added support for linking to external image and file URLs, and many new block types, including image, embed, and file blocks.
We're releasing Notion-Version
2021-08-16 with the following backwards incompatible changes:
We now return a
workspace_id field and an
owner in the token response at the very end of the OAuth authorization flow.
You can now use the Notion API to update databases!
You can now retrieve and update block objects with the Notion API! The
PATCH endpoint currently supports updating