After your incident is over, it can be useful to dig into what happened in an incident, why, and how it can be prevented in future.
Our Notion Integration allows you to export post-mortems into Notion. Which you can then use to collaborate with your team.
Go to Settings → Integrations, find "Notion" and click "Install".
It's important to know that when the integration is installed, the connection to incident.io will belong to the user that installed it. Notion connections like this, which use OAuth, belong to a specific user — for this reason, you may wish to set up a dedicated service or "bot" account.
Click "Install in Notion", and you'll be redirected to the install flow within Notion. Review the permissions we're requesting, and click "Next":
We also need to install a template for the pages we create. Click "Use a template provided by the developer", and then "Allow access":
Congratulations, it's been installed 🎉
You'll find the page in your private Notion space – move it to somewhere that suits you, that can be accessed by everyone.
📄 Exporting your first post-mortem
Go to the incident timeline of an incident
On the right hand side, in the "Post-mortem" section, click "Create a post-mortem"
The 'Create post-mortem modal" will appear
Select "Notion" from the destinations
Select your template
Select which timezone should be used
Click create and wait a few seconds
Your post-mortem document has been created, and it'll be linked to from the incident page