<aside> <img src="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/3a3bf507-a7a8-4ae0-a32f-d4c253292094/IMG_5E26FF812982-1_copy.png" alt="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/3a3bf507-a7a8-4ae0-a32f-d4c253292094/IMG_5E26FF812982-1_copy.png" width="40px" /> Intro. Hi! I'm Nat. I made this database of KaTeX typography tricks I use in my Notion pages because it was requested in the Notion Made Simple Facebook group. You can see my other templates at my templates page. I'm currently building up a Gumroad store to keep all my content organized. Everything will be free/pay-what-you-can. Sign up to stay updated!


<aside> ❕ Usage tips. Let's face it, some of this formulas are pretty ridiculous and maybe not worth the trouble. I just make them because I find them inexplicably fun. That's why, to save you time, I've tagged each formula with a difficulty level. Here's what they mean

copy-pasteable you can copy and paste my LaTeX code and change the words in the content and the formatting should carry through. Any special instructions for copy paste will be in the DB entry.

easy, intermediate, hard are easy, medium, and hard to replicate respectively, but also not copy-pasteable. code tutorial included in the DB entry.

If you want to learn how to build your own stuff, you can get started with Intro to LaTeX fonts , Intro to Stacking & Layering. If you want inspo, look at Sample Notion Pages / Inspo..


Examples of how I use this in my own pages



N.'s LaTeX tricks & code explained (DB)