You're likely to encounter the need for quotation marks within the input text of your Notion formulas. However, a double quote ends the input string, and escaping it with
\ shows the backslash along with the quote. With the
replaceAll function, you can create and remove a custom escape, leaving only the quotation mark.
@\in front of each quotation mark.
replaceAllfunction. For the second argument (the regular expression to replace), use
"@\\"(the custom escape sequence, with the backslash itself escaped). The third argument is simply
""(replace it with nothing).
Here's a full example:
replaceAll("Camille says, @\"Notion is fantastic.@\"", "@\\", "") → Camille says, "Notion is fantastic.