Save Kindle highlights in Notion | BookNotion
Reading record app that allows you to easily save your Kindle highlights to Notion.
Initial setup is required to use BookNotion. Please follow the steps below to complete the initial setup.
By upgrading to Pro Plan, you can store highlights in the same database from your iPhone and iPad.
Click here for more information on Pro Plan.
Kindle sometimes imposes copy restrictions on authors; if you are using BookNotion and are caught by the copy restrictions, please follow the instructions below to save your work to Notion.
Is the app free to use?
BookNotion is free of charge; upgrading to Pro Plan is required to connect to the same database from multiple devices, such as iPhone and iPad. Please see "BookNotion Pro Plan" for details.
Can I move a database automatically created by BookNotion?
To move to a different page, perform "[Initial Setup 2] Page Share Settings" on the new page.
Can I change the properties of a database automatically created by BookNotion?
You may change the order of the properties, but do not rename or delete them.
When I try to share on the Kindle app, I get an error message "The copy limit for this book has been exceeded", is this a glitch with BookNotion?
This is not a BookNotion bug; the Kindle app sometimes has a copy limit set by the author, and once the limit is reached, you will not be able to copy or share the book, not only with BookNotion. If you are caught by the copy limit, please check "How to bypass Kindle's copy limit".
BookNotion does not show up when I share on the Kindle app.
Please select "Text Quote" and click Share. If you select "Image Quote", BookNotion will not be displayed.
Can I save my Kindle highlights to the same database from my iPhone and iPad?
Is there an Android version of the app?
Sorry, we do not have an Android version of the app at this time.
Can I save charts and diagrams?
Yes. Please see "How to save images" for details on how to use this function.