So, you've come across a Notion template, setup or system that you'd like to try for yourself--let's talk about the quickest way to start using it within your own account.
No need for pre-amble, let's just jump right in.
Watch the Scribe walk-through.
Increasingly, more and more Notion users are creating and sharing their own custom templates with the community. Whether these templates are free or paid, the process for duplicating and using the template is precisely the same as what's shared above.
Unfortunately, not all Notion pages can be duplicated. So, while you may have the URL link to view a certain Notion page, the account owner may not have selected the 'Allow duplication' option--which means you won't be able to use that particular page or workspace as a template.
After following the steps above, you should be able to access the Notion template from within your own Notion account.
Simply make sure you're logged into your account, navigate to the template page, then start editing as you would with any other Notion page!
If you'd like to keep an original copy of the template you've duplicated, you can either store the duplicate URL for later reference--or, you might choose to make a copy of the template page, then edit your copy while leaving the original in tact.
Notion is an incredibly useful knowledge sharing tool--whatever your specific domain of knowledge happens to be, you may wish to share your own templates with your website visitors, customers and readers.
To learn more about creating and sharing your own Notion templates, I'd recommend reading this guide about how to create and sell Notion templates.