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To ensure the trust and safety of everyone who interacts with Notion public pages, we prohibit them from containing content that violates our terms of service. Anyone viewing public pages can report inappropriate content 🚨


Our content & use policy

Under our terms of service, the following types of content and activities are not allowed on Notion pages:

  • Illegal activities: You cannot encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to break the law.


  • Graphic and harmful content: You may not use Notion to post, upload, share, store, or otherwise distribute content that is graphically violent or obscene, sexually explicit, promotes self-harm, promotes terrorist activity, promotes misinformation, or otherwise poses a threat to the public.


  • Child exploitation: You may not use Notion to post, upload, share, or store content that exploits or abuses children, including but not limited to images or depictions of child abuse or sexual abuse, or that present children in a sexual manner.


  • Harassment, bullying, defamation and threats: You may not use Notion to facilitate abusive, harassing, or bullying behavior.


  • Hateful content: You may not use Notion to promote, encourage, support or facilitate hate speech, violence, or discrimination based on race, color, sexual orientation, marital status, gender or identity expression, parental status, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship and/or any other characteristic protected by law.

    Organizations or individuals who do any of the above either through their own content or through the distribution of user generated content (whether intentionally distributed or distributed due to the failure to reasonably moderate such content) are prohibited from using Notion.


  • Intellectual property infringement: You may not use Notion to misappropriate or infringe upon anyone’s intellectual property rights.


  • Malicious and deceptive practices: You may not use Notion to post, upload, share, or store malicious software, malware, viruses or other harmful code.

    You may not use Notion in any way that facilitates "spoofing" or "phishing" or is deceptive, false, misleading or fraudulent, including impersonating other individuals or organizations or otherwise attempting to mislead others as to the identity of the originator of content or a communication.


  • Personal and confidential information: You may not post, upload, share, or store content, or otherwise use Notion in a manner that is invasive of another's privacy or otherwise violates or compromises another person’s legal rights - such as rights of privacy and publicity, including sharing another’s personally identifiable information, sensitive personal information, or confidential information without the appropriate consent (proof of which may be requested).


  • Interference with Notion's operations: You may not use Notion to interfere with or otherwise negatively impact any aspect of how we operate or how any third-party products or services that are integrated or connected to Notion operate.


  • Content subject to additional scrutiny: Our goal is to ensure the availability and reliability of Notion's service. We have determined that content related to certain industries may have higher abuse rates that may jeopardize our availability for a broad range of Notion users.

    We reserve the right to provide additional scrutiny on, suspend the use of and/or discontinue access to Notion for individuals and organizations who use the product related to industries like gambling and multi-level marketing.

How to report prohibited content

While we have systems that help us quickly identify and remove offending content, we also want viewers of Notion pages to have the ability to report content that violates our terms.

Anyone viewing a publicly shared Notion page on the web has the option to report it. Here's how:

  • At the top right of the page, click the ••• icon.

  • In the dropdown menu, select Report page.

  • You'll see a pop-up asking you to identify why you're reporting the page.

    • Select Phishing or spamInappropriate content, or Other.

    • If you have any additional information, you can enter it in the text field. This is optional.

    • Then click Report.

Any page you report will be added to our customer experience team's queue for review. We'll investigate whether the page violates our terms.


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