Password Protection for Notion Pages
Add Password Protection to your Notion Page and publish your Notion page to your own domain
Notion provides all the capabilities you may need to create well crafted documents for any need and any format you require. Most of the time Notion is used for private or internal company pages, knowledge bases, and CMS.
Well, Notion provides you with the ability to share a public link to any of your Notion pages.
For example, let’s say you have a Design Agency and your website is called:
When you share a document from Notion, the link will look something like (ugly) this:
There are two problems with this link
- Anyone on the internet can access the page
- The page is published on Notion’s website (as opposed to your own website)
Luckily Sotion solves both these problems. Let’s see how…
First of all, to control access to your Notion page, you need to publish your Notion page to your own domain.
Instead on the Notion link we have above, your Notion content will now be available at:
This has two immediate benefits:
- Because your Notion page is published at your own custom domain, you now have full control over who can access your content in the Notion page
- Another major benefit is that the content in your Notion page now becomes part of your website. Visitors are no longer taken to the Notion website to view your page. This has major benefits for your brand and keeping visitors on your site.
- Bonus: You can even create your whole website in Notion and publish to your own custom domain.
Learn more about setting up your Notion page at a custom domain.
Now that your Notion page is linked to your own domain you can easily add password protection to control who can access the content that you publish.
This is very easy to do with Sotion:
Step 1: Log in to your Sotion Dashboard
Step 2: Go to “Page Settings” → “Membership Options”, then select the “Password Protection” option
Step 3: Click “Update page”. Your site is not protected with the default password.
Step 4: To change the default password, go to “Customize Site”, and enter the password you want to use.
Step 4: Click “Publish”
And that’s it! The Notion content on your website is now protected with a password that you specified.
When someone visits your Notion Password Protected page they will first have to enter the password before they can access the content.
You have full control over who you give the password to, and you can change the password at any time.
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Sotion is a dedicated app for hosting your Notion pages at a custom domain. But Sotion is part of a larger platform called Cloakist. Our platform works not only with the custom domains for Notion websites. You will be surprised at the number of other services that we can customize for you in the same way.
Cloakist can do custom domains and branding for Airtable forms, ClickUp documents, Adobe Spark pages, Trello boards, pages from Adobe Express, Calendly, ClickUp, Coda, Confluence, Dropbox Paper, Formstack, Google Docs, Google Forms, Hey World, HubSpot Forms, JotForm, Loom, Microsoft Sway, Roam Garden, Roam Research, Substack, Typeform, Xero, and more.
See all the examples here: cloak.ist/examples
No more complicated instructions and not a single line of code — everything can be done in a few clicks in Cloakist.