The Publishing Starter Kit
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Tools to get started
A collection of templates and docs with building blocks we frequently use to polish our own docs.
If we've learned anything from 2020 so far, it's that we all need support. So we’re offering encouragement the best way we know how: A selection of docs and drag-and-drop templates —to exemplify the tools in this toolkit, to set your expectations, and to spark your creative fires.

A note on interactivity

You should know that when you publish your Coda doc, you can choose between three levels of interaction: view, play, and edit. Anyone with a link to your doc—including folks who find it through a search engine—will have to play by the interactivity rules you set.

Anyone with the link will be able to view, but not interact with or edit, the doc. Good for articles, manuals, blog posts, etc.

Docs set to
play
can be viewed and interacted with by anyone, but changes won't be saved. Good for quizzes, calculators, worksheets, etc.

Editable docs allow anyone to view, interact with, and make changes to your doc. Changes made to docs in edit mode
will be saved
. Good for for voting, brainstorming, crowdsourcing, etc.

Want to print your doc?
This is not the way.
Try clicking the ⋯ next to your doc name or using a keyboard shortcut (
CtrlP
) instead.