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Easily Save Your Favorite Tweets and Threads to Notion: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Are you tired of scrolling through your Twitter feed, trying to find that one tweet or thread you wanted to save for later? You may want a more organized way to keep track of your tweets and threads. Connecting your Twitter account to Notion may be the solution you've been looking for!

Notion is a powerful all-in-one workspace that allows you to take notes, organize your tasks, and manage your projects in one place. Connecting your Twitter account to Notion will enable you to easily save and collect your tweets and threads for easy reference later.

In this article, we'll walk you through the step-by-step process of connecting your Twitter account to Notion, so you can start saving and organizing your tweets and threads like a pro. Whether you're a social media manager, a content creator, or just someone who loves Twitter, this guide is for you. So let's get started!

How to connect your Twitter account to Notion to save Tweets and Threads

Follow the steps below to save your favorite Tweets and Threads from Twitter to Notion. This is a very easy-to-follow and comprehensive guide, so do not worry.

  1. Follow the Twitter account @SaveToNotion

This is a bot created to connect your Twitter account to Notion to Save all tweets or threads you send to it or mention it. All you need to do at this stage is to follow the bot @SaveToNotion on Twitter.

Note: This bot is created by an individual called Abdulhade Ahmad and is not an official bot from Twitter nor Notion.

  1. Create a duplicate of SaveToNotion's Tweet Database on Notion

After you have followed the mentioned bot, create a duplicate of the database [Click Here to Access database] using your Notion account.

Just open the provided link above and click on Duplicate at the top right corner of the page.

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This will make a copy of a page named Tweets, where all your Tweets from the bot will be saved.

  1. Connect the @SaveToNotion Twitter bot to your Notion account.

After you have made a duplicate of the page/database provided, it is time to connect the bot to your Notion account.

Open the @SaveToNotion profile and send him DM /connect. Send /connect to @SaveToNotion on Twitter.

The bot will reply with a link that will enable you to link it to the page. Ensure you open the link in a browser, not the Notion app.

Grant the bot access to the page by clicking the blue button Select pages.

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Select only the page Tweet with the Twitter logo, then click on Allow access.

You will receive a message on Twitter that you connected successfully.

  1. Add Tweets and Threads to Notion.

After you have gone through all the steps above, you can save your favorite tweets and threads to Notion directly on Twitter without flipping between Twitter and Notion by co[pying and pasting.

To add a tweet or thread from Twitter to your Notion database, you need to mention the @SaveToNotion #Thread or @SaveToNotion #Tweet. When you reply to a tweet or a Thread with any of the bolded texts, the tweet will be added to your Notion Tweet page.

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You can add more tags, but ensure you still have #Tweet or #Thread before any other thread.

Suppose you want it to be more professional. In that case, you can also subscribe to the premium version of SaveToNotion, allowing you to share to DM instead of mentioning it.

Video Guide from the creator of the bot.

Wrap Up

In conclusion, connecting your Twitter account to Notion is a great way to save and organize your tweets and threads for easy reference later.

Not only does it allow you to keep track of your favorite tweets and threads in one place, but it also helps you stay organized and productive.

Whether you're a social media manager, a content creator, or just someone who loves Twitter, this guide has provided step-by-step instructions for connecting your Twitter account to Notion.

So give it a try and see how it can benefit your workflow and organization.

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