Did you know that Notion doesn’t come with a built-in print feature?

That’s right, you can’t print directly from Notion.

But don’t worry, because there are still plenty of ways to print your Notion page!

You can either print it as a webpage or export it as a PDF.

And the best part? It’s super easy to do!

So, whether you need a hard copy for reference or just want to keep a physical copy of your work, we’ve got you covered.

Let’s dive into the different methods you can use to print your Notion pages.

Print Notion as a Webpage

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You can make use of Chrome’s inbuilt “Print” functionality.

You can’t use CMD+P as it interferes with the Notion search feature. Go to the Chrome option and print.

There, you can send it directly to your printer or “Save as PDF”.

👎 As you’ll be printing the entire webpage, if you’re using dark mode, the printed page will be of dark background.

Export to PDF

Rather than using the Chrome print feature to export to PDF, you can use Notion’s inbuilt feature.

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In this case, even if I’m using dark mode, the PDF file will be in light mode.

The properties table is visible in the PDF – if you don’t want it you can skip printing the first page and have a title in <h1> written after the properties table.

More control

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In order to get more control over the visual aspects of the printed page,

  • Export the Notion Page to HTML and play with some CSS
  • Export the Notion Page as markdown and use markdown editors to print the page.

How to print Notion databases without distortion?

When exporting a database as a PDF for printing, the column width, and visual elements will be distorted.

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For this, there’s no straightforward fix.

You may need to export the database to CSV and make use of Google Sheets and beautify the CSV and then print.

By mixing and matching these strategies I’m sure you will be able to effectively print your own Notion pages.