"When the API arrives..."
I was just thinking about one of my biggest bugbears/wishes for Notion... it's making Calendar database views subscribable as .ics files, so that I can add them to the many calendars I have in Google Calendar.
Airtable does this out of the box. It's a great feature. Not to have it means I'm hampered in the hope of consolidating around a single system. The reality is, I'll still want to continue using Google Calendar - but I'd love to pull in my Notion calendars, and make them available.
But I just had an additional idea around bridging the divide further...
A problem with merely making a Notion Calendar available for subscribing-to is that changes are one-way... even if you manage to view the calendar in Google Calendar, you can only edit the event on the Notion side.
So, how about cooking up a deeper integration with a calendar in Google Calendar? That is:
In short - two-way event syncing... GCal<>NotionDB.
Airtable does not do that.
Whilst one-way .ics availability should be something Notion builds itself, I don't think they would tackle the above.
So, if anyone is itching to develop with the API when it gets going, that's what I would like to see.
Any thoughts on the above idea, or any other ideas for hackers to note here as hacker projects, for when the API is out?