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Coda for project & task management

The best project plans have to be meticulous and organized, but they also have to have a pulse. Coda is the all-in-one doc project managers use to create intuitive roadmaps (or even just simple to-do lists) everyone wants to use.
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Take the direct flight.
When you have to use lots of apps, docs, and tabs to manage a project, you spend your day in transit, hoping everything arrives in one piece. Unpack your project in Coda and you can take notes, track progress, get reminders, communicate with teammates, and elicit feedback, with zero jet lag.
Templates: Your running start.
The easiest way get started is with pressure-tested planning templates in the that are ready for you to pick up and use, and can easily be customized to work better for your team.
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Create a winning project plan
Laila Robinson
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Thumbtack’s Product Operating Rhythm
Phil Farhi
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Uber’s app redesign project
Yixin Zhu
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“You can jump right in and start using [Coda] without any project management experience.”
Rikaz, Enterprise Executive
Spectacular Views.
Projects with cross-functional dependancies and elaborate workflows can trip up even the most dedicated of teams. Coda can organize the full scale of your project puzzle, and give individuals the they need to see the pieces that are relevant to them.
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Plays nicely with the rest of your tools.
Share out updates automatically via , or use the
and integrations to turn those dependancies into trackable actions. With Packs and integrations via , you can bring any other apps you use right into your doc.
The long list of integrations just keeps growing, and if you don’t see the one you need, let us know!
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Awards & recognition.
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A few of the teams that manage projects in Coda.
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FAQs
How much does Coda cost?
Anyone can start with Coda for free! Coda offers additional paid tiers that unlock advanced features, including an enterprise tier with additional support, professional services, and increased doc size limits.
My IT team would like to know more about security and privacy
Coda was engineered for enterprises from the start, thanks to our founding team who built major systems at Microsoft and Google, and to our earliest users coming from multi-national corporations. We’ve worked hard to ensure Coda fits your enterprise systems with SSO and SAML 2.0 support and meets enterprise-level security standards with SOC 2 Type II, as well as GDPR and CCPA compliance. And we take privacy seriously: Data is encrypted at rest and in motion, protected by role, and audited by alerts. So your data is safe with us, and from us.
More details on our privacy and security stipulations can be found at .
How does Coda compare to out-of-the-box solutions for project & task management?
With Coda, you can start from scratch and build your information system with our powerful building blocks.
OR you can use pre-built tools and templates:

Typing
/project
in your doc opens a menu of OKR-related templates that can be inserted directly where you’re typing.
Quick drag-and-drop templates live in the “Explore” panel of any doc.
We’ve got a
full of solutions.
You can also create
for your team to use over and over again

Plus, you get all the benefits of a doc, so you can take notes, share updates, and embed designs in the same space where you track progress.
Do you offer any help for startups?
Eligible startups can apply for a $1000 Coda credit for their workspace. . We also have a Discord community specifically for supporting startups using Coda. You can join
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