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I feel like what sparked it for me with the first call was like a lot of tools, try to do so much, especially for um research research tooling recently, it feels like there's a lot of tools that try to do and to end solving the end to end research workflow and I think that's there's so much, there's like the data collection and the synthesis in communicating out insights. and one thing I love about Coda is that it's not the Coda does one thing really well but it's taken the database and making it more accessible.
One pain point we’ve had with research repositories in the past is that the research is siloed away in its own tool, which forces everyone on the team to create a new account, learn a new workflow, and prevents everyone from contributing to research.