What we hear from the product teams at customers like Uber, Doordash, & Figma is that (before Coda) they were hopping between tools, docs and spreadsheets to try and manage large-scale project execution. If they needed to make even a single change to their plan, it required notifying multiple teams and manually updating each tool.
To give you some more context, here’s what they said project documentation can look like across the org.
Project Management Tech Stack
Product projects overview doc
Product roadmap doc
Design projects overview doc
Eng project execution spreadsheet
Eng Roadmap Doc
Campaign details spreadsheet
Campaign Launch Calendar
When it comes to managing large projects, Coda makes it easy to consolidate all of your most important documents, sheets, tools, tasks and more acrossmultiple teams and time zones. See for yourself! 👇
Coda in Action
They say seeing is believing, right? Here’s how Yuhki Yamashita, former Head of Design at Uber and current VP of Product at Figma, consolidated his entire product roadmap into one single Coda Doc. Enjoy!
Here’s everything you need to know when it comes to how Asana and Coda differ. Philosophy, pricing, feature sets ー its all in there.