# split

Learn how to use the split function in Notion formulas.

New in Formulas 2.0

The `split()` function separates the first argument into a list, using the second argument to define the separation.

``````split(string, string)
split(string)

string.split(string)
string.split()
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Note that if the second argument is not supplied, the string will be split at the space character.

``````split("One Two Three") /* Output: ["One", "Two", "Three"] */
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Good to know: numbers can be used in the first and second arguments, but both the arguments and the resulting list items will be converted into strings. For example, `split(13214215, 2)` will return `["13", "14", "15"]`
If you needed to convert those strings back into numbers, you would need to use the `map` function and its `current` variable → `split(13214215, 2).map(toNumber(current))` will return `[13, 14, 15]`

``````split("Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Chopper", ", ")
/* Output: ["Luffy", "Zoro", "Nami", "Chopper"] */

"https://thomasjfrank.com/formulas/functions/split".split("/")
/* Output: ["thomasjfrank.com", "formulas", "functions", "split"] */

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My name is Thomas Frank, and I'm a Notion-certified writer, YouTuber, and template creator. I've been using Notion since 2018 to organize my personal life and to run my business and YouTube channel. In addition to this formula reference, I've created a free Notion course for beginners and several productivity-focused Notion templates. If you'd like to connect, follow me on Twitter.

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