Whop Content is an easy way to offer users expanded content while keeping it protected from outsider access.
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Step 1: Register for Notion
Whop Content is powered by Notion. With powerful collaboration tools and endless multimedia options, Notion is the perfect tool for creating blog posts and user documentation.
The Free plan includes unlimited pages and blocks, but is limited to only one editor/collaborator. If you want to have multiple collaborators posting to Whop Content, you can either share your Notion login with them or have them create their own Notion account.
Step 2: Creating your first content page
With Whop Content, each new post will be imported by using a Notion page. Simply click the "Add a page" button to start writing. After you set a title, you can begin to compile your content by adding headings, paragraphs, numbered lists, images, videos, and more. If you want to learn how to take full advantage of Notion's vast feature set, check out their guide here.
Step 3: Adding Whop & copying your Notion page URL
Next, share your Notion page with "[email protected]" by using the Share button and invite box in the top corner. This is what will allow Whop to access your content to display on your company's content page while keeping it restricted from the open internet.
Make sure you've also clicked share to web and copy the URL under the share to web button!
Lastly, you'll want to copy the page URL from your browser's URL bar or by hitting the Copy link button from the share menu. It should look something like this:
Now that you have your page ready, you'll need to load it into the Whop content system to display to your users.
First, navigate to the app's page inside of the Whop Business dashboard.
Then you will want to click the "Add Content" button to add a new page to your content system.
Give your post a title, paste the Notion URL, select an author, and select a type. Also, make sure The Visible control is toggled on. This allows the page to appear in your list of content pages.
Once you click "Add Content", your document will be live on your company's content page immediately.
Step 5: Viewing content
Your Notion page can now be viewed by your active subscribers. Just direct them to your dedicated content page (which is usually https://whop.com/<your company name>/content).
On the management page, you can drag your posts in order to reorder them however you desire. See below.
Anytime you edit content on your Notion page, all changes will be synced with your pages on Whop. Your users will simply need to refresh the page to see the updated content.
If you would like to include sub pages on your content system rather than having each guide appear as an individual entry, there are a few steps you'll need to take.
Step 1: Add the master page to Whop Content
Just like in the guide above, you'll want to add your master or main page to your content system (if you haven't already) by using the page URL and setting the Visible toggle on.
Step 2: Copy each subpage URL
You will want to copy the page URL of each sub page that you want to include on your Whop content system. If you already shared the master page with "[email protected]", all subpages will be accessible by our system so you won't need to share again.
Note: If your subpages also have their own subpages, you'll need to copy those URLs as well.
Step 2: Add each subpage to your content system
When adding each page, make sure to keep the Visible control toggled off. This prevents the page from appearing as a new entry on your content home page.
After you have added each page, the sub pages will now be accessible under the master content entry.
All of the listed pages will be accessible by the user if they were properly added to the content system.