Your Notion workspace will contain these four databases- Content, Pages, Tags, and Authors.
This page sums up your entire blog with Notion and Feather.
If you already have your Notion databases, you can use them instead of duplicating the Feather template.
Next, make the Notion page public so Feathers can read it and create your blog.
To do that, click on Share at the top right and click on the Share to Web option.
Once you’ve done this, return to Feather and click Next to continue the process.
Step 3: Connect the Notion Databases
The next page you will see will contain these four tabs- Content. Pages, Tags, and Authors.
This is similar to the sections you already have on your Notion page. Copy the links of each database into the empty box to connect each of them.
Go to your Notion page and copy the link to the content Database.
To do this, click the six dots beside the word content and select Copy Link. You can also open the content database and copy the link from there.
Paste the link into the empty box for content on the Feather dashboard and click on Connect Database.
Once connected, it will display the properties of the blog. This is where you map your Notion properties to Feather.
There’s no need to change or reset anything here if you’re using the default Feather template.
All the required fields will be automatically mapped, so click on Next.
Step 4: Choose a name and domain for your blog
Choose a name that fits your blog and also input your subdomain.
You can always change this later. Also, you can connect your custom domain after creating your blog.
Step 5: Your professional blog is set and ready
Your blog is ready, with all your content still on Notion.
You can customize it, choose from various templates, and add your domain by clicking on Domain from your blog dashboard.
You can start publishing your content immediately.
Using Feather with Notion requires no technical knowledge or integration like WordPress. The advantage of using Feather is practically beyond technical jargon but transcends down to the seamlessness of the process.
Feather gives you complete autonomy in your Notion workspace because it automatically converts your Notion activities into a beautiful blog when you hit the PUBLISH button.