It's very simple to create your blog with MDX.one.
Recently I came across MDX.one which literally turns your Notion page into a blog. After checking out a couple of their blogs I decided to give it a go. It was so simple to set up and I was able to easily move my old blog posts across.
– Sarah White, Blogger
Features that enrich your blogging experience.
You can easily create custom pages like Contact, About, etc for your static content.
Assign categories to your articles. Each category will have its own dedicated page where you can see all the articles in that category.
Simply choose the number of articles you want in a page. MDX.one automatically adds pagination to your blog.
Search for any article or page or category or link with an easy to use search interface.
Easily shows the other related articles at the end of each article.
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MDX.one is perfect for busy professionals to bring their idea to paper. Especially professionals that already are entrenched in Notion. This is the best way to get your blog within Notion and your Ideas published Rapidly; Great Product
To me, the biggest benefit of writing in Notion and have it go into a blog is not necessarily the domain or the fast blog... but the time you save from having to open up some other tool or even setting it up.
Notion to blog makes it effortless to publish so I can focus on writing.
MDX one is such a needed tool. I keep everything in Notion — if I can write AND publish articles through Notion, it makes my life that much easier.
Bhanu has done such a good job of adding new features that I’m very much looking forward to seeing where it goes next!
I like that it has some solid website structure (rather than just a formless notion page), with dynamic notion content in the places where it makes sense.
Just tried it: dead simple.
I like it how Notion features map to the rendered result, e.g. full page vs. narrow layout.
Most important: you just focus on the content and use your Notion knowledge.
You’ve built the BEST and most customizable Notion<>blog tool that exists. Hands down.