When you import to Coda, your Notion boards and other views of data will be represented in their base form: tables. Don’t worryーit’s quick and easy to turn any table into a variety of visualizations, including cards, calendars and charts.
Simply hover over a table, select “options,” and then choose your preferred visualization. From this menu, you can also apply filters, sort your data, group your data, and add conditional formatting.
Coda just shipped an awesome update to their card views, which can help you make everything from galleries to kanban boards. The lead PM and Designer on the update published a doc that you can copy to try out different patterns; you can find it here:
Relational databases are a key construct in both Notion and Coda. The implementation, however, differs slightly between products. In Notion, a Relation is a way of linking entries of two tables, and Rollups allow you to extract some information rom this connection.