Guide: Using Notion for API Documentation (w/ Free Template!!!)
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Ask any developer and they’ll agree: Notion is awesome. It truly is the all-in-one workspace for your company.
At my prior companies we’ve used notion for literally everything, including:
- Internal Wiki
- Help-Guides for customers
- API Documentation
- HR Wiki
- Document storage
- Engineering Wiki
- Product Roadmap
- Sales Playbook
- Basic CRM
You get the point. It’s a versatile tool. But, one of my favorite use-cases for Notion is as public API documentation.
Want an example?
As you can see there’s a top navigation section. Then, through smart utilization of sub-pages, lists, and code blocks they’ve created their entire product documentation inside Notion.
How can I replicate this for my documentation?
Step 1: Duplicate the template
- Create a Notion account.
- Copy my pre-made Template by clicking the button below (or going here) then clicking “duplicate” in the top-right corner.