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High-quality templates and a great user experience is all we want for all Notion lovers visiting Notion Everything. That’s why we set up clear guidelines and require specific assets when submitting a new template.
Here’s how to make sure your template will get accepted:
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Please make sure any user of your template will know how to use it properly. You can include clear instructions for each feature. Even better, add an onboarding section showing how to duplicate and configure your template.
We will review your template to be sure that it brings value to the final user. And we will also check the quality of its structure and instructions.
Use checkboxes, toggles, callouts to help users understand how every page of your template works and how they should use it.
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Your description texts need to be explicit and clear about the value of your template and the problem you're solving with it for the final customer.
Your template page on Notion Everything has both short and long description sections.
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"A picture is worth a thousand words”, right? Your template needs to have good and professional images to showcase its value.
Ideally, it should have 1 cover and at least 2 other visuals (1 good cover for free templates can be accepted).
Use landscape format (1200x700 pixels) and optimize your images with tinyjpg.com before uploading them.
To create your visuals, you can use FREE tools like Canva or Photopea (like Photoshop but free):
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