Notion Analytics

There are a few different ways that you can use Proxima Analytics to track visits and activity on your Notion pages.

First, you can identify visits from the domain by setting up a custom filter in Proxima Analytics dashboard. This will allow you to see all of the traffic coming from Notion and track important metrics like page views, session duration, and bounce rate.

Another option is to use outbound links with UTM parameters. UTM parameters are small snippets of code that you can add to the end of a URL to track specific traffic sources, campaigns, and other information. By adding UTM parameters to the links on your Notion pages, you can track clicks and see how well those links are performing in terms of driving traffic and engagement.

Finally, you can use a provider like Super, Potion, or to create a website from your Notion workspace. These providers allow you to turn your Notion pages into a fully-fledged website, complete with its own unique URL.