What permissions are required to use Notion Monkey

When you sign up to Notion Monkey, you are asked to accept the following authorizations:

Scope

How we use it

View pages you select

This scope is required to perform the following actions:

  • Selecting pages to connect them to the form data.

Edit pages you select

This scope is required to perform the following actions:

  • Updating pages with the submitted data from the form

Create new content with pages you select

This scope is required to perform the following actions:

  • Create new DB entries with the submitted data from the form

View workspace users and their emails

This scope is required to perform the following actions:

  • Authenticating users and validating that they have permissions to link forms to Notion DBs.

Does the Notion Monkey server list data that I haven't approved?

No.

At no point do we browse data in your Notion Workspace except when you are connecting your form to a DB.

Does the Notion Monkey server read my databases?

The Notion Monkey server will read properties that you have linked to a form to get the headers for the columns. It does not read any other part of the database.

It does not read any databases that you have not linked to a form.

Does Notion Monkey update my files?

The Notion Monkey server will update database that you have linked to a form by adding rows and pages as the form is submitted.

Notion Monkey will never update a db that you have not linked to a form.

Does Notion Monkey delete my files?

No.

Notion Monkey will never delete a db or entry in Notion. Even if you delete the form, it will not delete the db you have linked to it.

What data is stored by Notion Monkey?

  • User information: We store Notion user profile information to link your db to your Notion account. We do not store passwords.

  • Tokens: We cache a temporary access token generated by Notion.

  • Db information: We store the ids and columns of the db that you chose when you link it to a form. We do not store any other information or data that is inside a linked db. Notion Monkey may temporarily store the data submitted to a DB for a period of time not exceeding six months.

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