We all evolve in tiny, imperceptible ways every day.
But once in a while, the world shifts so much that you have to sprint, leap, change to keep up.
You grow an umbrella tail. Or a shark fin. Or a lightbulb nose.
You use new tools to adapt.
Coda is the evolution of docs. It’s the giant leap forward that will allow your team to survive and thrive in the jungle of digital work. Coda doesn’t throw away the tools you use every day—the traditional word docs and spreadsheets you return to no matter how many productivity apps try to lure you away. It evolves them. It gives you the simplicity of the blinking cursor, the blank page, but adds powerful building blocks—like buttons, tables that talk to each other, and Packs to connect your doc to the apps you use everyday.
The world changes, work changes, and with Coda, you have a tool that can change with you. That can do everything your team needs it to do.
Umbrella-tailed lizard (Chamaeleo Umbrello): A tree-dwelling lizard known for its ability to unfurl an umbrella from its tail for shade, heat absorption, and weathering “constructive” feedback from Jerry.
Shark-finned carp (Predatorus Incognitus): A species of fish with a large sharkfin. It resides at the surface of the ocean and, for some reason, Predatorus seems to always have clear days with no meetings scheduled.
Buff chicken (Poultrificus Clutch): A bird with set of human arms hidden under its wings. This moonshot evolution has helped Poultrificus outcompete other team leaders.
Hover pug (Pugasus Propellus): A dog with a propeller-like tail. Known for its aerial capabilities, Pugasus uses the bird’s-eye view to spot opportunities, obstacles, and snacks.
Pocket bear (Pursa Major): A bear with a marsupial compartment. It studiously keeps resources packed away for the lean times, and is always aware of the salmon run-rate.
Snack dragon (Bento Oceanus): An underwater seaweed plant that yields fully-formed sushi rolls. A constant supply of fresh creations makes this organism a hub for community inspiration.
Spotlight mole (Inquisitus Excavidae): A subterranean mammal characterized by a lightbulb nose. This resourceful tunnel-digging mole uses rare illumination capabilities to shed light on challenges and create intricate systems.
“In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin
Go on safari.
If you live in Los Angeles, New York, or the San Francisco Bay Area, you’ll be able to find all seven evolutions in the wild. Maybe you’ve seen the lizard with an umbrella tail and the shark-finned fish, but have you seen a mole with a light-up nose? What about a bear with a pouch?
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