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Price calculator for Coda, Notion and Airtable

Easily calculate how much you can save by using Coda instead of Notion or Airtable.


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Coda
Coda brings all your words, data, and teamwork into one powerful doc.
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Notion
A unified workspace with tables as databases.
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Airtable
Powerful apps that connect your data, workflows and teams.

All of these platforms offer a free tier and have a subscription-based pricing model. The difference between platforms relies on who has to pay for collaboration, sharing and commenting.


How pricing tiers work
Here’s where there is a huge difference between Coda and other platforms. Coda has a “Maker Billing” model where you only pay for doc makers; that’s someone who can create new docs. Editors will always be free.

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Create new doc
$$$
Edir doc
Free
See/comment
Free
Create new doc
$$$
Edir doc
$$$
See/comment
Free
Create new doc
$$$
Edir doc
$$$
See/comment
Free

Tiers and prices

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Pro
$12.00
Team
$36.00
Plus
$8.00
Business
$15.00
Plus
$10.00
Pro
$20.00
*Monthly prices in USD if you pay annually.
Calculator and price comparison

Number of users with paid access to Notion or Airtable.
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1
Number of Coda Makers
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1
^This number can be way lower because you don’t need everyone to be a doc Maker since editors are free in Coda.

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0
USD monthly


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Tier:
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0
USD monthly

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Tier:
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0
USD monthly


If you compare the different platforms, you would pay...

0
USD monthly for Coda if you have
1
makers in your workspace.
0
USD monthly for Notion if you have
1
users in your worspace.
0
USD monthly for Airtable if you have
1
users in your workspace.
🤑 With Coda you can save
0
(
%
) vs Notion.



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