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How to sync Notion and Postgres with Whalesync
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How to sync Notion and Postgres with Whalesync

Create a real-time, two-way sync between Notion and Postgres

Vinze Janxent Virgines
October 13, 2022
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Tango Demo

Step-by-Step Demo

Tango Demo

Step-by-Step Demo

1. Click on Create New

Click on Create New

2. Select Notion

Select Notion

3. Click on Authorize

Click on Authorize

4. Click on Select pages

Click on Select pages

5. Click on Allow access

Click on Allow access

6. Click on Save Connection

Click on Save Connection

7. Select Postgres

Select Postgres

8. Click on Authorize

Click on Authorize

9. Copy your connection string (example from Supabase, but works with any Postgres database)

Copy your connection string (example from Supabase, but works with any Postgres database)

10. Click on Authorize

Click on Authorize

11. Click on Save Connection

Click on Save Connection

12. Map the tables you want to sync, choose sync direction, and continue by clicking on Map Fields

Map the tables you want to sync, choose sync direction, and continue by clicking on Map Fields

13. Map the fields you want to sync and continue by clicking on Save Base

Map the fields you want to sync and continue by clicking on Save Base

14. Click on Turn syncing on

Click on Turn syncing on

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Vinze Janxent Virgines

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