Check out this table to see how every feature in Notion translates to Coda. The Supported column indicates features that are available in Coda, and the Imported column indicates that the feature will translate to Coda via the Notion export.
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This will turn into a highlight color instead of a background color.
Comments are not exported in HTML. After importing, you can add new comments in Coda.
This will turn into a code block in Coda. And it will keep any emoji 🎉
Mention a Page
Depending on the information hierarchy in Notion, and the selection that you import, some page links may be lost. For example, if you export a page that references some other subpage not in your export, the link will not be imported to Coda.
Most dates/date-times are rendered correctly as date/date-time pickers in Coda. Some formatting may be lost for durations or time zones.
The date will be imported, but the action of sending a reminder will not carry over to Coda. You can achieve reminders using
. Use formulas to aggregate data in Lookups, whether it’s the sum of a column, the row count in a table, etc.
This feature was recently added to Coda, and will be available in the importer soon.
Phone numbers will as a Text instead of Phone Number type.
As formulas can’t be exported by Notion, the results of any equations you have will import to Coda, but the underlying formulas will not.
The good news is that you can pretty quickly apply formulas to entire columns of tables in Coda, or on the text surface (”canvas”) on a page. Plus, Coda’s formula language is incredibly powerful, easy to use, and reads like English. Learn more