👋🏻 Hey everyone! Ready for your next Notion tip?! 💡⠀
In case this is your first time seeing these tips, Rusty & I are sharing Notion Basics tips over the next several posts. There’s so much Notion training content out there that speeds 🏃♀️ right over the basics and that can leave feeling confused 🙇🏼♀️ so we want to break things down for you so that you can feel confident getting started with Notion successfully. ⠀
Looking for other Notion Basics tips? Check out these posts in our Notion Basics series.⠀
👉🏻 On to today’s topic:⠀HOW TO CREATE HEADINGS IN NOTION
Table of Contents
About Headings in Notion
Using different sizes of headings throughout your writing gives your information more structure, context, and a sense of priority.
Three Types of Headings
Notion makes three sizes of headings available:⠀
- Heading 1 (H1)⠀
- Heading 2 (H2)⠀
- Heading 3 (H3)⠀
Four Ways to Add Headings
There are four ways to add Headings to your pages in Notion:⠀
Click the + in the left margin that appears when you hover over a new line, and select the size heading you want. See the menu in the image below.⠀
Type / followed by h1, h2, or h3 and then enter.⠀
Option 3 (my favorite)
Use Markdown and type # for H1, ## for H2, or ### for H3, then press space.⠀
Type whatever you want then press cmd/ctrl + / and choose the right heading size. The text you wrote will become that heading.⠀
🏁 So there you have it: How to Create Headings in Notion!⠀
Do you use headings in your Notion pages?
Let us know in the comments!