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For the full hands-on experience of this interactive doc, please
Copy this doc
if you aren’t in a copy already.
Create connected views
Highlight the table you would like to copy ()
Copy the table by using the keyboard shortcut of Cmd/Ctrl C or right click to copy
Paste the table by using the keyboard shortcut of Cmd/Ctrl V or right click to paste
That’s it! Pasting a table creates a connected view by default. No need to click through the paste options. The chain link next to your table’s title should be 1
🔥 Tip! You can also use the keyboard shortcut with the slash command /views and select the table name,
To Duplicate Data Instead
Highlight the table you would like to copy ()
Copy the table by using the keyboard shortcut of Cmd/Ctrl C or right click to copy
Paste the table by using the keyboard shortcut of Cmd/Ctrl V or right click to paste
Pay attention to the bottom of your screen for the toaster pop up.
Click on duplicate data instead
That’s it! Your new table is a duplicate but not a view. The link next to the the table’s title should be 0.
To remove the rows but keep the column headers, makes sure you click on Paste options.

Note: If you change your mind, you can click on Paste options again during this short period.
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Try it for yourself! 👇
Copy and Paste this table
0
Name
Response
1
Did you know Coda is a doc backwards?
No
2
3
There are no rows in this table

Paste below 👇




Try out the 🔥 Tip as well:
To quickly create a view of type /views and select




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