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Use Notion Offline: A Step-by-Step Guide (5 Steps)

Jason Gong
App automation expert
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April 15, 2024

Notion can be used offline by preparing pages in advance and avoiding certain actions that could disrupt your work. Here's how:

  • Open the Notion pages you need while online.
  • Keep these pages open in your browser or app when going offline.
  • Avoid reloading or closing the page to prevent data loss.
  • Edit your pages offline, except for Embed and Sync blocks.

Automate your workflow with Bardeen when you're back online to enhance productivity. Learn more at

How to Use Notion Offline

Notion is a popular productivity tool that allows users to create, share, and manage content. While it's primarily designed for online use, there are ways to use Notion offline with some limitations. This can be particularly useful when you're traveling, experiencing an internet outage, or working in areas with unreliable internet connectivity. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use Notion offline effectively.

  1. Open the Notion page you want to edit while you are online: Before going offline, open all the Notion pages you anticipate needing access to. Once offline, you won't be able to open new pages, so it's crucial to plan ahead and open these pages in advance.
  2. Ensure the page stays open in the browser or app while you are offline: To continue working on your Notion pages without an internet connection, make sure to keep the pages open in your browser or app. Do not close your laptop or the Notion tabs. This will allow you to edit the pages even when you're offline.
  3. Avoid actions that can cause the page to crash: While working offline, Notion offers limited features. You should avoid reloading the page or closing the tab, as this could result in losing all edits made since the last cloud save. To safeguard your work, you can open two instances of the same page in separate tabs and use copy-and-paste functions to transfer data between them.
  4. Edit the page in Offline mode: With your Notion page open, you can start editing it offline. You can use most Notion blocks except for Embed and Sync blocks, which require an internet connection. Also, the image block won't work with images from Unsplash while offline. However, you can still write text and use various Notion fonts.
  5. Sync the changes when you find an internet connection again: Notion automatically syncs all edits made offline with the cloud version as soon as an internet connection is re-established. There's no need for manual saving, as Notion handles this process for you.

While Notion works offline with limited features, such as the ability to type text and use basic blocks, it's important to note that some functionalities, like embed blocks or synced blocks, are not available. Notion relies on the internet to sync data between pages and devices, so a fully functional offline mode is not currently available. However, by following the steps outlined above, you can ensure continuity of work and minimize disruptions caused by lack of internet connectivity.

Enhance Your Notion Workflow with Bardeen Automations

Using Notion offline is a convenient way to ensure productivity without constant internet access. To enhance this experience, Bardeen offers automation playbooks that seamlessly integrate with Notion, allowing for efficient workflow management even when you're back online. Here are some examples of how Bardeen can automate your Notion workflow:

  1. Copy all browser tabs to Notion: Automatically save all your currently opened browser tabs to a Notion database. Ideal for researchers or anyone looking to organize their browsing sessions efficiently.
  2. Copy all Jira issues to Notion: For teams using both Jira and Notion, this playbook automates the transfer of issues into a Notion database, ensuring seamless project tracking and management.

These automations not only save time but also enhance the functionality of using Notion offline by preparing your workspace for when you reconnect to the internet. Download the Bardeen app at to get started.

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