Welcome to notion-toolbox
This is a collection of Notion tools that work in tandem together. All of these tools take advantage of a specific weekly/daily template that integrates with various tools and solutions present in this repository.
The following tools are available. Each tool has a README file present in its corresponding sub-directory.
- Alfred workflow
- Enables a handful of ways to interact with the template using shortcuts
- Server application
- Enables an online (and backgrounded) interface to interact with the template
- Useful to connect with webhooks (e.g., IFTTT)
- Opens integrations with Google Assistant
For a good part of 2019, I focused heavily on my Notion[Referral] setup. I personally feel that this was time well invested, akin to a craftsman refining his tools.
- I created a specific weekly/daily template to satisfy some of my needs and give structure to Notion.
- I created an integration with Alfred called
- I created a server web application called
notion-herokuthat interacts with IFTTT and Google Assistant (blog post).
- I created a shared repository called
notion-scriptsto further help the development of my tooling for Notion (blog post).
I recently made the decision to consolidate all my Notion related projects into a single repository. The goal is to increase cohesion to allow the tools to better interact with each other. It also puts everything in one place instead of spreading it out over multiple repositories. This approach does increase the size of the repository and the deployment/usage complexity for certain tools, but overall I feel that this decision will result in an easier way to use and develop with the Notion tools found there.
The Great Merge
The great merge happened on December 27, 2019. On GitHub,
notion-scripts were merged into
alfred-notion. I decided for
alfred-notion to be the main repository as it had the most stars on GitHub and was the longest-tenured repository I have for Notion tools. I did rename the repository to
notion-toolbox to better represent the mission and contents of this project. Fortunately, GitHub automatically handles the redirects from
I was able to retain the commit history of each project by following the approach mentioned in this article on How to merge two or multiple git repositories into one. This approach worked flawlessly for me, and was rather straightforward. The only thing I had to do was move each project's contents into subdirectories.
As for the merged repositories, I archived them following my approach listed in Archive Unused Repositories that I blogged about last year.
The only issue that I've hit right now is the server (formerly
notion-heroku) expects certain files in the root directory to be deployable to Heroku. I've temporarily restructured the repository so that it works, but it isn't ideal as the tool itself is bleeding outside of its sub-directory. A better solution will be found in the future.
Contributions, issues and feature requests are welcome!
Feel free to check issues page.
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