Supported Notion blocks

AssistFlare supports a wide variety of Notion blocks. Learn about what’s supported and what’s not

Updated: December 16, 2023

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AssistFlare supports a wide variety of Notion blocks. Below is an exhaustive list of blocks supported:

Basic Blocks


All kinds of text styling options are supported. Basic text blocks are akin to paragraphs. Text blocks also support a variety of rich text formatting options.


AssistFlare supports all Notion heading (H1, H2, H3). It is recommended to NOT use the H1 tag in your articles for SEO purposes as AssistFlare already inserts the article title as an H1 heading on an article page.

Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 3

Bulleted List

You can also use bulleted lists from Notion within your articles. These look like so:
  • List item 1
  • List item 2
  • List item 3

Numbered List

You can also have numbered lists instead of bulleted ones and these look like so:
  1. List item 1
  1. List item 2
  1. List item 3


You can use quotes as well from Notion to quote text as needed:
Courage is grace under pressure - Hemmingway


You can use toggles from Notion as well to create something like an FAQ. This looks like so and can be expanded to reveal the toggle content.
Some answer
Some other answer


You can also have checklists (known as to-do lists in Notion) for listing our items and subsequently checking them out when completed, as some form of todo:
To do item 1
To do item 2
To do item 3


You can also include callouts which can be used to bring attention to visitors of your knowledge base.


You can use a divider to separate your content with a horizontal line. This is how it looks:


You can also add link to your other articles in your knowledge base - these open in the same window or links to external sites which open up in a new window:

Code Blocks

You can add code blocks to your knowledge base articles especially if you are writing technical documentation. AssistFlare supports all of the programming languages in the code block type in Notion.
AssistFlare spruces the code block rendered up a bit with the ability to copy to clipboard built into the code block. Here’s an example of a Hello World code block in TypeScript, with a caption included.
Example of a TypeScript code block
let message: string = "Hello, World! We've got syntax highlighting!";


AssistFlare also allows you to add bookmarks to your knowledge base articles. For e.g, here’s a bookmark to Stomod - a Notion to blog platform:



AssistFlare supports Notion-uploaded images or linked images within Notion, together with the image caption feature.
AssistFlare - Build your knowledge base with Notion
AssistFlare - Build your knowledge base with Notion

Image Gallery

You can even build image galleries out of multiple images while nesting images within a single block and it remains responsive:
notion image
notion image
notion image


AssistFlare has built-in support for tables from Notion as well. This is how a simple table is rendered on AssistFlare from Notion:
Header 1
Header 2
Header 3
Cell 1
Cell 2
Cell 3
Cell 4
Cell 5
Cell 6


AssistFlare supports embedding videos from most popular video hosting providers like YouTube, Vimeo, Loom, etc. This is how an embedded video looks like from YouTube:
Video preview

Synced Blocks

Synced blocks allows you to write a block once and use it in several places at once within your knowledge base. This is useful for content you want to keep consistent and centrally updated - for e.g. a contact us paragraph. Here’s an example of a synced block:
Consider this block below to be found in another page within your knowledge base, the below block is kept in sync with the above block!

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