Learn how to use the built-in functions within Notion formulas.
In programming, a function is a reusable bundle or "chunk" of code. Functions have names which, when called elsewhere in the program, execute the function's code.
Functions can also take in outside data (these are called arguments), and return new data.
In Notion formulas, you cannot define your own functions. However, Notion has provided many built-in functions you can use.
length("Monkey D. Luffy") // Output: 15
Here's a list of every function available for use in a Notion formula. Click a function to learn more about how it works and see more examples.