So you want to share your creation with the world in the ! Here's how to do. Use your personal Coda account (aka your @gmail.com email). That way, you'll never lose access to your creation. Copy your live production doc or create a new doc (type in your URL) Invite your co-creators (like me at email@example.com) to be able to edit it. Write an introduction: The first page of your doc should introduce the audience to your lovely creation. You can think of it like a blog post. 💡 Discuss the problem you wanted to solve: it can be general, or specific like calling out the tools you were using that didn't work for you. Share the solution (how Coda helps solve that). Yuhki's to his roadmap doc is a great example. Add the Options that make your intro look great like a cover image, subtitle, and author. Cover Image: This is what gives visual excitement to your doc and is the photo used on embeds and social posts. Hover over the image and use Unsplash or upload your own pic! Subtitle: Gives more context to your doc and also shows up in the Gallery search, so you can use keywords you didn't use in the doc title. Authors: Make yourself (and anyone you worked with) the authors. This gives readers / users an idea of who you are, and a quick way to get to your maker profile. Create the solution: Share what you've built in Coda Use charts, colors, emojis, images to make it more visually engaging. Don't use real company data. Come up with funny company or people names, or use . If you need people in your doc, you can invite the fake users: Try to keep how things work apparent with buttons and columns all showing ( fancy behind-the-scenes magic to a min.). Some more inspiration for how to create a delightful doc: Publish the doc so others can see what you've made and make their own copy if they want to use it. If it’s your first time publishing, then you’ll want to create a maker profile . We’d love for you to include your title / company, a fun blurb about yourself, and links to your social profiles like Twitter and Linkedin. We think , , and ’s profiles are quite nice.
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