, including an updated Notion Importer! Coda uses a page-based information hierarchy system that should feel familiar to Notion users, with tools that support everything from basic note-taking to team project trackers and knowledge bases.
Build a complex app with Coda.
With Coda I’ve built simple docs, but I’ve also built some pretty complex tools thanks to the power of Coda Packs and Coda’s incredible tables. My favorite doc was one that pulled in a long list of bugs from GitHub and then used Coda formulas to prioritize and add qualitative value. It was a complex bug tracking app that I couldn’t imagine building without the power Coda provides. The number of complex docs I’ve built that rely on Coda tables run into the hundreds, but let’s keep moving.
Power up your doc with Packs.
Now take that amazing Coda table power and let’s go a step further. I mentioned Packs above. Coda has had Packs for a while, but it’s time you took a second look. Now anyone can make their own Pack through the
Finally, if you think Coda is missing a key feature, I wouldn’t expect it to take long before that feature shows up in Coda. The team ships at an incredible paceーby my count, they’ve had over 100 feature launches since 2021. You can see the latest updates at
to get started with using the Importer, including how to export a Notion workspace, import data into Coda, and make the most of Coda.
How is Coda different from Notion?
Coda has many similar features to Notion, plus the power and flexibility of smart tables with Coda’s rich formula language, packs, automations, and more. Coda is used by 25,000+ teams for tons of use cases, from project management to product roadmaps to no-code tools. Read more here: