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Make Notion Faster — Page Content

Now, big pages with a lot of text, images, widgets, and other types of blocks can also take some time to load. But there are a few things you can do to improve load time.

  1. One of the most obvious things to do is to compress your images. Compressing an image makes it lighter and thus takes less time to load. This also applies to GIFs and videos. You can use tools like TinyPNG (for images) or Ezgif (for GIFs and videos). This tip is valid for all other tools and websites, by the way.
  2. Limit widgets! This is going to be hard to hear for 'aesthetic' template lovers, but widgets are not really optimized for page speed. If your Notion is slow, try limiting your use of them.
  3. A less obvious way to make your Notion faster is to nest content into toggles. Toggles 'hide' content and thus help Notion as it doesn't have to load its content right away. Use toggles to segment your information into multiple sections. And don't forget that you can also use heading toggles.

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