Besides sending Tally forms responses to a Notion database, you can also embed a Tally form in Notion.
- Create a Tally form and
- Go to the
Sharetab of your form and choose
- Adjust the embed options to your liking. You can read more about them here.
- Copy the embed link and paste it on your Notion page
- Drag the embed to adjust the size
By default, Notion adds a beige background to embedded forms with a transparent background. You don’t see this when working in the Notion editor, but you will when you use a tool like Super or Potion to customize your Notion website (and background).
If you have a website with a white background, we advice to disable the transparent background in your form embed settings to give your form a white background and make it blend in seamlessly.
Unfortunately it’s not possible yet to modify the Notion default background from your form embed, when using dark mode.