An inside look from the VP of Product at Figma. Plus new features like publish to team, anonymous logged-in editing, and more.
Yuhki is one of our first and favorite makers. He works on one of our first and favorite tools, Figma. And he believes in the power of a single source of truth. A few years ago, tasked with leading one of the most ambitious projects in Uber history, he consolidated and normalized data from a dozen different teams' spreadsheets into one Coda doc: the
You probably work this way, too. Over the course of your career, you've developed underlying principles that follow and guide you at every job. What are they? If you haven't found them yet, start by looking at your docs.
What's new in Coda
We shipped a couple things that have been on our list for years. Like access for non-Google users and opening a doc in multiple tabs. We also added some exciting Publishing features. You know where to find the full list:
Publish to your team. Last month, we showed how your doc can transform into a website on the world-wide web. But we know some docs are for limited viewing; you can now publish those team wikis or exec dashboards just to your domain.
Logarithmic scale for charts. We added a new chart display options to set your vertical scale as logarithmic instead of linear. Good for percentage changes, multiplicative factors, and data that skews to large values.