How to add secure urls when uploading externally hosted files using notion api?


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We are trying to upload files to notion using notion api. As per the documentation, notion api doesn’t support file uploads. It does support adding files or media which are hosted on third-party services.

If we are uploading externally hosted media files using notion api, we need to secure them. A possible way to do this is to generate url’s which would expire after a certain time, which wouldn’t work here because the file will become inaccessible after a while.
And, we cannot add some kind of token auth because it needs to be a public url.

Is there any other way to generate secure urls in this instance ?



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