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What is Coda?

A quick overview!
Coda is the all-in-one doc that brings words, data, and teams together. It starts with a blinking cursor on a blank page and can grow as big as your team's ambition. Coda comes with a set of building blocksーlike pages for infinite depth, tables that talk to each other, and buttons that take action inside or outside your docーso anyone can make a doc as powerful as an app.
Hit / to see a few of them, or click into the collapsed sections below to see a quick walkthrough:

A new type of doc.

A new type of table.

Flexible like a spreadsheet, organized like a database.

Here’s a table of tasks:
Task name
Assignee
Status
Team
Days estimate
Due date
Notes
Picture
1
Design self-driving stroller
Mallika Ranjan
Done
Industrial Design ⚙
00
13
9/2/19
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2
Test on real streets
SM
Shishir Mehrotra
Not Started
Industrial Design ⚙
00
22
10/4/19
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3
Add Street View
Kenny Mendes
Not Started
Mapping 🗺
00
21
9/12/19
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4
Design box
John Scrugham
Not Started
Mapping 🗺
00
6
9/25/19
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5
Baseline Maps
Matt Hudson
Done
Packaging 📦
00
33
9/2/19
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6
Design setup
Raechel Timme
In Progress
Packaging 📦
00
14
10/2/19
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So every team can focus on their part.

Here’s a view of that same table, filtered to just the Mapping team’s tasks.
Task name
Assignee
Status
Team
Days estimate
Due date
Notes
Picture
1
Add Street View
Kenny Mendes
Not Started
Mapping 🗺
00
21
9/12/19
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2
Design box
John Scrugham
Not Started
Mapping 🗺
00
6
9/25/19
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With the perfect view for every person, team, and meeting.

You can even view the same data in a timeline, as cards, on a calendar, or as a chart.
Design self-driving stroller
Test on real streets
Add Street View
Design box
Baseline Maps
Design setup
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TodayFit

Industrial Design ⚙
image.png
Design self-driving stroller
Mallika Ranjan
Done
image.png
Test on real streets
SM
Shishir Mehrotra
Not Started
Mapping 🗺
image.png
Add Street View
Kenny Mendes
Not Started
image.png
Design box
John Scrugham
Not Started
Packaging 📦
image.png
Baseline Maps
Matt Hudson
Done
image.png
Design setup
Raechel Timme
In Progress

A new type of app.

Finally, Coda is a new type of app. Check out some of the building blocks below that make it feel like a software application. 👇

Write formulas anywhere... a spreadsheet without a grid.

Number of tasks:
6
Hint: Type = (equals) to add formulas anywhere.

Buttons and controls... for an integrated app.


Team
Industrial Design ⚙
2
Mapping 🗺
2
Packaging 📦
2
Task name
Task name
Task name
Design self-driving stroller
Test on real streets
Add Street View
Design box
Baseline Maps
Design setup


Automations... to put your doc on autopilot.

Automations are like Zapier or Integromat, but built right into this doc. They allow you to automate tedious tasks or followups.
For example:
IF someone updates a project deadline
THEN send me an email and add a task to my to-do list.
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Packs... to integrate the rest of your world.
































































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