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What does Coda mean?
This wikipedia article looks promising: -
@Alan Chowansky
No, it鈥檚 actually the way
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Typeform
Bring context and insights to your surveys. Access results from individual Typeform forms (helpful for analyzing form inputs), or generate a table of forms from your account (helpful as an index or for general info housekeeping).

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Jira
Simplify your agile project management pipeline by syncing Jira Cloud Issues and Projects into any doc.
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Github
Bring in the status of issues, pull requests, and repositories. Then approve and comment on pull requests directly from your doc.




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