If you are an avid Reddit user, you know how much time it takes to manually save posts for later. This automation will help you save time by automatically scraping data from a Reddit post and saving it to a Notion database.
You can choose which data to save and map it to your Notion fields. This way, you can easily access all your saved Reddit posts in one place and never lose track of a great post again.
The first step is to create a Notion with the information that you want to capture.
Bardeen will extract information from the currently opened Reddit post and get information like title, post, link, author, author link, subreddit name, descriptions and much more.
Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbook. If you run it for the first time, you will be prompted to install the browser extension. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate with Notion.
Click on the playbook card, and the setup flow will start.
You will be asked to specify an Notion database. After you choose the database, you will get a prompt to map the information to the fields in Notion.
The left side consists of all the fields Bardeen will scrape for you. On the right side, specify the fields in Notion that you want to associate with the information on the left. If you don’t want a piece of information, leave that field empty, and it will be skipped. That’s it!
Click on "Save Input" and check Notion. You can edit inputs later by hovering over the playbook.
Whenever you want to save a Reddit post and its information, activate Bardeen (or hit OPTİON + B) and run this playbook from the post’s page. Bardeen will extract all the post, author and subreddit information and save it to your Notion with one click.
Locate more integration alternatives for Reddit integrations, Notion automations, and integration of both Reddit and Notion or edit the playbook to better suit your individualized workflow preferences.
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