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With 8 examples, learn how you can automatically take actions inside and outside of your doc.

To use this doc...

Make a copy
of this doc if you haven't already, so that you can test out the automations.
Open up the automation panel
:
Each section corresponds to a single automation example. The best way to follow along is to click the Settings icon (
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) in the top right of the toolbar, then click the robot icon (
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), and then open individual rules (see below for a gif, which is slightly out of date).
Test out each rule
by clicking on the numbers to test out the rule step by step. This feature lets you see what an automation does before you turn it on live. Then, if you want to see the automation in action, you can turn it on live.
Click the button
below so you can receive notifications!
Build an automation in your own doc.
Feel free to check out our
as you progress.

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As a reminder...

Automation rules have two parts:
WHEN, where you tell the rule when to run and
THEN, where you tell the rule what to do.

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You can check out the Automations in this doc by opening the Automation panel
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A few of the 25,000+ teams that 🏃‍♀️ on Coda.

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Coda is an all-in-one doc for your team’s unique processes — the rituals that help you succeed. Teams that use Coda get rid of hundreds of documents, spreadsheets, and even bespoke apps, to work quickly and clearly in one place. This template is a Coda doc. Click around to explore.

Find out how to Coda-fy your rituals.
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