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Abdullah Jaghbeer
The Ultimate OKR Tracker
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Alexandre Husset
Health Tracker
Coda docs makes your productivity, at work but also personal needs so easy. With the entry fields, the buttons, and all the possible interaction we can go really really far. We can build real tools for teams, very easily.
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Alice Packard
Figma Component Library Buddy
If you’re not having fun, what’s the point?
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Alissa Golbus
Nonprofit Victory Bundle - CRM
A Doc is never completed, only abandoned.
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Allison Serafin
Bloom Academy Project Management Workbook
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Anastasija Giberte
Latvia Travel Guide
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Andrew Milne
Build Your Own Dataverse
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Andrew P
Makers Tiny Work Hub
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Andy Farnsworth
The Mirror Sample Your Experience
Just get building. Coda is a prototyping environment, perfect for translating ideas into actions. Yes you need to think through what the user should be doing and how you’re going to get them to their end goal, but get in there and build, experiment, add and delete tables, buttons, etc.
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Anton Bondar
Agency Dashboard
Check the docs of others on the regular basis. The Coda Docket email is a perfect starting point.
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Anton Shumilkin
Course Study Tracker
A doc is never perfect. Tend to make MVPs (minimum viable product) and then continuously update.
Don’t neglect the design - text colors, icons, pictures - this really highly affects the overall usability of your document.
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Anya Volosskaya Campos
Have fun! Play around, be creative, and ask questions! Using Coda may change your life forever, in the best ways!
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Asher Long
Three Stack Attack
Just to dive in. and at least gain a basic understanding of schemas and how to apply them.
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Ashleigh Phiri
Contact Management
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Audrey Young
Wedding Dress Shopping Helper
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Axell Padilla
Project Task Manager
Always try to optimize everything in life, but love sincerely and value time with loved ones.
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Bill Stranberg
Plan your next camping trip!
Play & Explore
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Brendan Henkel
E-Hours Time Tracker
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Bryan Linnell
Standard Project Base
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Bud Uyeda
Music Cover Library with YouTube Videos
Understand the basics of relational database table design principles.
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Cameron Golinsky
Relative Recipes
The simplest solution is often the best solution.
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Cat Raffaele
Coda Action System
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Cherise Clark
Conversation Cafe
Watch all the formula fitness videos, try all the exercises, do all the practices, take the course. And above all, keep trying new things!
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Coby Young
Online Store Tracker
Take it slow and add to your docs one thing at a time.
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Colm Toolan
Workshop Cheats
Think first, build later. Approach complex things (topics but also formulas) step by step.
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Connor McCormick
Email Campaign Template
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Courtney Baker
Just start building. It’s beneficial to have a fundamental understanding of databases and learn how Coda handles lookups and table references.
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Craig Haynes
Playdate Booker
Watch the Essentials videos for a good grounding, then just start making and Google anything you can’t do.
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Cynthia Huasipoma
Team Wins and Milestones
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Derek Highet
Game Night
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Devin Nash
Wedding Planner
Take the time to understand and educate your team on Coda fundamentals before you jump in. Building without a roadmap can create headaches down the road.
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Dex Cagan
Feedback Doc
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Emily Stember
Project Sandbox
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Eric Rosen
Work Management Tool
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Eric Shank
Medication Tracker
Iterate rapidly with feedback, don’t be afraid to start over, engage with your cohort!
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Erin Bunge
Music Teacher Organization Doc
Watch all of the YouTube videos you can find - it helped me so much!
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Fawziyah Nabeelah
Makeup Products Tracker
Always look for the functions & formulae used in a doc and then play with them. Sometimes it’s so simple that we don’t realize one is even being used! AND then don’t forget to delete the copied docs after exploring all the features!
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FuMing Young
MishMash: Word-based Mafia Party Game
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Gaspare Mura
My Personal OKRs and Tasks
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Gretchen Teagarden
All in One School Planner
Instead of thinking about Coda first, think about a repetitive problem that you have. This led me to Coda where I could start to connect the recurring problem to a solution in Coda.
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Hamish McGregor
Formula Superpowers
Work towards solving problems for other people for free as early as possible. Try a public doc (no sign in required), and sign-in doc (coda account required). Solving for others means they are much more motivated to give you quality feedback you can learn from faster. (Tip: include the feedback options within the doc itself)
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Ingrid Machado
Content Management System
Give a chance to the documentation and the Coda maker community. There is a lot of great content in there.
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Jacob Patton
element 451 API Export Builder
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Jesse Potash
Watch as many tutorials as possible and participate in the bootcamp and doctorate program.
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Joel Banos Carranza
Roadtrip to Montreal
Look at other people’s documents and copy the things you like; figure out how they work (if possible), and adapt their work to fit your needs.
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Jose Antonio Montaos Linares
Finance Control Center
Get inspired by the doc gallery, great docs are there.
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K.T. Wiegman
Daily Check In
Start making! Small is okay! Small is better, even, while you’re learning, because trying to do too much at once is a great way to get confused and discouraged.
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Kaitlyn Lyngaas
Asynchronous Training Course Template
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Karina Mikhli
People Management Toolkit
Watch webinars, copy docs, and just try—and reach out to support if you get stuck.
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Karl Byrne
Climate Change in Focus
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Kateryna Burlaka
All-in-one-Place Personal Finance Tool
Stay Curious
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Kevin Donath
Company Firmware
The Bootcamp really helps a lot to get a feel for what is possible with coda. From then on just try things out, build solutions for your own problems. Don’t think you need to be perfect right away. Coda is really good at slow iteration over time. Lastly if you ever feel stuck or have a question: The support team & community are amazing and valuable resources.
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Kristi Fong Kong
Documentation Process Tracker
Don’t be afraid to make mistakes and explore different formulas, features and packs!
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Laura Clark
Diverse Reading Tracker
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Leandro Zubrezki
Revenue Milestone Celebration
Take things slow and step by step, build something that works first and then improve after!
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Lena Sushko
Jedi Techniques for Dealing with Procrastination
Don’t be afraid of the formulas.
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Lloyd Reshard
Become a great Coda Doc Maker
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Lynn von Kaenel
Boost Your Customer Reviews
Start with a template, make changes to suit and build from there. Search the gallery for docs of interest and deconstruct. Watch Maria’ instructional videos.
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Mandy Jarvis
Apply to the doctorate program!! It is immensely helpful because Coda is so robust, it really helps to narrow your focus to get the basics down so you don’t get “lost in the matrix”.
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Marissa Griffin
All in One Food Hub: Recipes, Meal Plan, and Grocery List
Take the time to learn what Coda can do by looking through the available functions and the Doc Gallery so you have exposure and awareness to what can be created in Coda!
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Martin Vilches
Field Project Services Manager
Organize your thoughts, diagram those in a piece of paper or app, start with no fear!
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Matt Diffey
User Testing Template
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Matthieu Boglioni Beaulieu
Malarky
Build it first, worry about making it perfect later
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Max Xyzor
Life and Task Planning for Neurodivergent Folks
start building simple stuff immediately and then study the video material. join the community and ask lots of questions there
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Melissa Byleveld
The Punchy Content Planner
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Muhammad Azizi Imran bin Azeman
Construction Company
Have a bird eye view on both the problems and the solutions!
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Nadine Gresset
Give Cool Gifts Tracker
Play and learn! Get the basics of a simple doc down first.
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Nate Eikelberg
Start with something small and plan to iterate on it a few times. I found myself going back to previous projects and implementing an entirely new way of doing things based on what I learned after originally creating it – so don’t fall in love with your first version.
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Nathan Revard
Company Organization Project Tracker
Have fun with it and be creative! This offers so much flexibility that other platforms do not - so feel free to try and push the boundaries!
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Nick Giglio
Product Manager Strategy Test
Ask “Why” more often
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Nina Kastenauer
Visualize Your Energy Levels
“Stop perusing and start building”. With the tons of amazing Docs available in the gallery, it is so easy to remain passively consuming. Instead, open up a brand-new doc and start building something that solves a problem you’re having. And it doesn’t have to be big, start super simple. Create a form to share with your friends, asking what everyone will be bringing to the BBQ. Then, create a menu from the results. Start small, see what’s possible in an insanely short time, and soon you’ll be knee-deep in Coda-goodness, building ever more complicated features. And you’ll be loving it. Trust me ;-)
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Oliver Schlachta
Kindergarten App
Start step by step, stay patient, work carefully and use the offered opportunities to expand your knowledge. Excel followers I advise to get involved with the unfamiliar. Take enough time, it takes longer until you are ready to exchange old habits for better possibilities. It is worth taking this path
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Otto Kiefer
EMS Inventory Management
Just play with all the features Coda provides, and don’t give up if you don’t get your desired results at once.
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Pablo Felip
Vacation Approvals
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Passionate Telfair
Moving Planner
My advice to new Coda makers is to get your hands wet first... Once you know a broader scope of what you can create, the ideas are endless and it will throw you into this exploratory phase where you create Docs with what you learned initially while still looking through the given resources to learn even more complex possibilities.
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Patrick Woloveck
Manage Remote Team Meetings with Grain
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Paul Danyliuk
Viva Pizza Ordering App
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Pch.
Moody Me Mood and Energy Tracker
Don’t be afraid to try 😁! And if you’re really unsure or stuck, don’t hesitate and ask 😁!
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Pedro Bernardo Juan Celis Caraballo
Lean-Agile Portfolio Management for a Modern Strategic Planning
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Piet Strydom
Property Investment Club
Start making.
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Rajesh
Tank Cleaning CRM
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Rebecca Faber
Mother’s Little Helper Recipe Book
Get into a doc and start experimenting, think of something you currently use a google/word doc or spreadsheet for, put it into Coda, and play around with what you can do while watching the Coda Essentials videos. You’ll start to get all kinds of cool ideas!
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Rezwan Razani
Climate Action
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Roy Portnoy
The Pack Builder
learn from others, and explore - could i make it in a different way, why to use this over that ?
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Ryan Weisser
Roadtrip Log
Embrace problem-solving! You’re bound to run into errors and issues with your docs, so embrace your role as a problem-solver and have patience with yourself as you learn how to become a proficient Coda doc creator.
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Sally Bryant
Commercial Real Estate Investment Analysis
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Sarah Herrera
Invest time into the document planning, workflow and the user experience. Having a system for that will help with your success. Experiment and have fun!
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Scott Weir
Bears and Evolution Game
Just keep experimenting!
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Scott Wilde
School Tracker
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Shweta Puri
Birthday Party Organizer
Think of the big picture and structure your thoughts before diving right into creating a CODA doc
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Sierra Provencial
Pro-Active - Organizing Your Acting Career
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Stuart Weir
Simple Invoice Expenses
Stick with it—though there’s a fairly steep learning curve, you’d be amazed at the power of the docs you can create.
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Susan Davis
Board Meeting Organizer
Just try it, start small but give it a chance. It’s worth it. Don’t be afraid of the blank page.
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Syliviah Kwamboka Kengere
Project Management Guide
Interact more with the coda community its such an amazing resource center and have a clear schema before embracing on designing your document.
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thierry vanmeeteren
Personal Budget
Have as much fun as possible and take the time it takes to structure your document and make it as ergonomic as possible.
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Thomas Baucom
Music Studio
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Thomas Bigueres
QA Process
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Todd Cooper
Travel Log Builder
Start with small, single purpose docs then expand them as your knowledge grows. The features of Coda docs can be overwhelming albeit incredibly powerful.
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Todd Olson
Mortgage Planner
Coda is so multifaceted and powerful. It is worth taking time on a regular basis to learn more about Coda by whatever means—Coda-provided videos, community, gallery, etc.
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Tony Franklin
Church Team Communication
Ask for help. There are many helpful people in the CODA community with lots of experience.
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Tylor Walters
Salesforce Prioritization
Take it slow and thinking about the end goal of each page
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Virginie Bonnet
Food Roadmap Planner
Leverage all the incredible resources Coda offers (an amazing community, stellar support, packs, documentation, tutorials...) - and have fun!
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Wess Daniels
Your Progressive Summarization Notebook
Watching all the learn videos is really the best way to start.
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Whitney McElveen
Sacred Healing Online Apothecary
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Yoon Conner
Food Diverse
Utilize resources! reach out to fellow Codans, read support articles and watch video guides, use the support button.
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