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Embed Tally in Notion

I already mentioned Tally in this newsletter. But if you're new here, let me tell you about them. Tally is a no-code form builder that looks and feels like Notion. The interface is very similar; you type "/" to add "blocks," and it always looks great.

But the thing I prefer above all is that you can embed a Tally form in your Notion page, and it looks almost as if it were native to Notion. There are many use cases, such as:

  • embedding an application form on your careers page website (as in my Startup Job Board template)
  • embedding a 'leave request' form in your company workspace
  • embedding a 'submit your ticket' form on your Notion-powered website

And the beauty of it is that you can map Tally fields to any of your database properties. For example, when a new form is submitted, you automatically retrieve the answers in your Notion database (no extra automation needed).

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