Poll widget: ask questions and get the results in your Notion page.
To embed StrawPoll in Notion, you just need to grab the embeddable code of your poll and add it inside Notion's Embed block. That's all you have to do!
Not sure how to do all of that? No need to worry! We'll take you through the whole process right now. Bear with us to see the whole way to embed StrawPoll in Notion.
First of all, you need to go to StrawPoll's website and build your poll. Once you've made it, you'll need to click the "</>" icon in the "Share" section.
Upon clicking that icon, you should now see a pop-up entitled "</> Embed", just like in the image above. You now have to copy the whole code shown in the box.
Next up, you have to go to the Notion page where you want to embed the StrawPoll and make a new Embed block.
To do so, type "/embed" and select the "Embed" block from the list.
Up next, the iframe's HTML code that was previously copied now has to be added inside the Notion Embed block. Simply paste the code's link and hit the "Embed link" button.
Now you should wait a few seconds for the StrawPoll widget to finish embedding in Notion.
Then, the working preview of the widget should be visible in your page, like so:
Look at that! It's the working StrawPoll widget in Notion. Soo col, isn't it?
Questions are great, and getting their answers in your Notion page is even better. If you want to get answers to multiple questions and you're not sure how to do that, don't worry....
An online poll is what you're looking for, and in such a case, StrawPoll has your back. All you have to do is build the poll (which usually takes from 2 to 10 minutes), copy its URL, and then embed it in Notion.
It's that easy making polls and adding them in Notion! And hey, speaking of polls, did you notice our free Notion Poll Builder?
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