What is it? When you paste a link into Coda you can choose how to display it, including as a card: The image, title, and description come from metadata hidden within the HTML code of the web page. The card view shown above is great, but what if you want to break it apart and access the individual pieces of data? Well now you can, using the . Once installed, simply use the formula =WebPageMetadata(url) to load a rich object filled with the metadata extracted from that page. For example: =WebPageMetadata("https://coda.io").Description With Coda, teams can jump in quickly, collaborate effectively, and make progress together. Coda feels familiar like a doc and engaging like an app. The Pack can extract a variety of different metadata from the page, including: Date published & modified Contact information (Email, Twitter handle, Facebook page) Try the Pack Enter a URL and click the button. It will be added to the table below and in a few seconds it’s metadata will load in. Hover over the chip in the “Web Page” column to see the full set of data. For example, try this URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ Install the Pack Found it useful? Click below to learn more and install it in your own doc. 👇 Thanks Special thanks to in the Coda Community who inspired this Pack.
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