The Notion API has recommended using an explicit version to every HTTP request, using the
Notion-Version header. For integrations created after June 1, 2021 an explicit version on every request will become required. After July 1, 2021, integrations created before June 1, 2021 will also have the same requirement. Today, the most recent version is
Public integrations use OAuth to request authorization from a user before being added to a Notion workspace. Previously, once an integration was added to a workspace, no users were able to reauthorize the same integration in that workspace. This change allows the user who initially added the integration to complete the authorization flow more than once. This improvement helps integrations avoid a potential dead end in user flows.
The Notion API is now available for all developers to explore and build upon. Integrations built on the API are available to all Notion users, on free or paid plans.
The Notion API has added a new integration type: Public OAuth integrations. If you're building a product or service for Notion users outside your own team - public integrations are for developers like you.
Using the new search endpoint, you can query all pages and databases users have shared with your integration.