YouTube Content Calendar + Toolkit

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The All-In-One YouTube Toolkit

A powerful, yet simple content calendar to fuel your YouTube channel

👋 Hey there!

If you’re reading this doc, you’re probably a content creator. We’re willing to bet that you’re looking for an easier, more efficient way to brainstorm, plan, and produce your content. And maybe you’re even trying to better connect your content to what you see in YouTube Studio.
Welcome to Coda: the doc that brings it all together. This particular Coda doc is a powerful-yet-simple content calendar that lets you run your YouTube channel and do real-time data analysis—all from one place.
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From ideation to publishing: A step-by-step guide


Brainstorm video ideas in — share with your team and see what’s most popular!


Visualize your content pipeline with the , whether it’s planning out sponsorships or scheduling time to film.


Script each of your videos in , with a pre-filled video planning template.


Update the status of each video with a so you never forget a step!


Want to connect to YouTube Studio directly? Coda can do that! to us to learn how.

Meet the makers

Hey! I’m Harshi, aka . Over the past two years, I’ve grown my YouTube channel to 80k subscribers. Along the way, I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to build an audience and how to maximize my productivity while building a YouTube channel.

And I’m Brian. When I’m not running Coda’s YouTube channel, I spend my free time on Bike City Woodworks, my woodworking business. Over the years, I’ve learned how to write content for Instagram and YouTube to target a hyper-niche audience.

A few of the 25,000+ teams that 🏃‍♀️ on Coda.

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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