Fonts can help organize the crucial parts of the workflow. Notion allows you to change the font style, size, and color, and keeps the styles consistent across all the platforms such as web, desktop, tablet, and mobile.
This guide will show how to change the font in Notion, either internally or using third-party fancy fonts.
Using Notion Fonts
Notion offers 3 font choices: Sans (Default), Serif, and Mono. Keep in mind that changing the font will change the font on your entire Notion page – you cannot change the font for a specific section. Follow these steps:
- Go to the page you want to edit.
- Click the three dots icon on the top-right corner of Notion.
- Under the “Style” section, you’ll see options to switch fonts. Click any of the three fonts to make the changes.
Using Fancy Fonts
If you want to use a custom font, there is no native way to do so. However, you can use third-party websites that generate fancy fonts. The good thing about this method is that it allows you to change the font for a specific page section. Follow these steps;
- Type the content you need on your Notion page.
- Then, use a fancy-font-generator website that generates Unicode text. You can use one of the following websites: YayText, LingoJam, Gypu, and TheFancyText. I’m using YayText for the demonstration.
- Copy the content you’ve typed and paste it here.
- Scroll down and choose the font you like. Then, click on the Copy button on the right of your font style.
- Go back to your Notion page. Delete what you originally typed out and paste your newly formatted text.