We started 2019 by working on core building blocks — launching mobile, automation, Packs Tables, and so on. In 2020, our work will be geared toward simple scenarios like note-taking and to-do lists and making sure that they really shine in Coda.
Today we’re excited to introduce templates inside your doc. Not only is the entry-point much closer (now you can find them right under the red plus sign), the templates themselves are smaller, simpler to understand, and usable right off the bat.
The last couple years, we’ve been on a mission to make the experience of copy/pasting a link into Coda as fun and powerful as possible — giving you options to display a URL with a simple card, an embed, or with a live data connection via Packs. But until today, those features were hard to find.
When we approached Intercom about building on their platform, we knew we wanted to create something in this same spirit of casual conversation. A way for users to give feedback casually and quickly. A new kind of suggestion box — that’s actually a Coda doc.