Notion - DIY Smart Monitoring

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About this app

Managed through an easy-to-use app, Notion’s multifunctional sensors can monitor for:
• Opening doors and windows
• Water leaks
• Sounding smoke and CO alarms
• Temperature changes

Any time one of your Notion Sensors detects activity, you’ll receive a notification directly to your smartphone.

Create your account and follow the easy step-by-step instructions on setting up your Notion system.

Decide what you want to be notified about and customize when you want to receive push notifications. You can opt to receive task-related push notifications based on whether you’re home or away and have the option of either setting your location manually or turning on Notion’s auto home/away detection feature.

Safely and reliably share access and control of your Notion System with your family, roommates, friends, neighbors or staff without sharing personal log-in information.
Updated on
May 12, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
250 reviews
Zach Dlugi
December 6, 2019
Glad I didn't have to pay for this. Only good thing is the home insurance discount. System kind of works. It took about 50 tries to get the bridge connected. The door sensors work, but they also go off randomly throughout the day, so I'd have zero confidence in them especially without a camera. I have a strong wifi signal and have resynced them multiple times. I've decided to just turn them into temperature sensors lol so I guess I got something.
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December 6, 2019
Hi zach, Sorry things haven't been perfect so far! I'm glad you were able to get everything set up. Our team would have been happy to offer support along the way! Regarding your alerts, make sure your sensors are not near other magnets to maximize the accuracy. I'll be in touch with an email with more suggestions soon. Best, Julian @ Notion
Babak Salamat
October 26, 2018
The biggest issue that I had with the app on Android Pie was that notifications were not being delivered. After the notion support contacted me, it turned out that the setting of the app to detect location was set to off by default and I had chosen to receive notifications only when I was away from home. However, the app was unable to detect my location and didn't send notification. After manually enabling location detection in the app, notifications started getting delivered. Notion customer service is really great. Julian from the customer service team was very helpful in checking everything with me step by step until the issue was resolved.
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October 25, 2018
Hi Babak, Thanks for your review. I'm very sorry for the trouble with your notifications! I'll reach out via email shortly to see if I can help troubleshoot. Best, Julian @ Notion Support
Shaun Richardson
March 1, 2020
Unlike the reviews I read before I performed installation, I had no problems at all connecting to the bridge or connecting sensors afterwards. I got this package for free from Hippo insurance, which provides a discount if you use it. I placed the bridge in a central part of my home and the sensors on two doors. I will say when you turn the sensors on the first time by removing the tab, if you scan it right away they're not recognized, it needs like 30-60 seconds before to connect.
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What's new

22.5.2 Release Notes:

• Removed Japanese Translations

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