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Power up your doc with Packs.

Customize Coda's core building blocks to extend how your doc looks, works, and integrates.
Your Trello-loving designer works in one silo, your Gantt-head PM in another, and your time is spent bridging the gap. Isn’t it time for better process—and more productivity?
Coda is the doc that brings everything from your team’s scattered toolkit together. Packs are the perfect power-ups, extensions that perfect how your doc looks, works, and integrates. For example:
Send emails directly from your doc with the Gmail Pack.
Manage inventory, add SKUs, and set new prices with the Shopify Pack.
Bring some levity to your morning stand-up meetings with the GIPHY Pack’s ability to translate sentiment into GIFs.

Packs broaden the scope of what work looks like for your team. And the biggest challenge is deciding which Pack to use first.
Find the right Packs for your team.
No need to reinvent the wheel. We have a Gallery of Packs to help your work feel less like work.
Update your account’s record in the click of a button.
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Send updates and reminders directly from your doc.
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Summon customer conversations with a formula.
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Share designs in your doc with image previews and more.
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Simplify agile project management by syncing Jira Cloud Issues and Projects.
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Translate your team’s sentiment table into gifs.
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Build your own Packs.
With some creativity and a tiny bit of JavaScript, you can build your own Coda building blocks in the Pack Studio. We’ve seen makers create Packs that do everything from integrate Hubspot contacts into a CRM table to generate memes from meeting notes.

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“Our teams already know and love Coda, so building a Pack for our internal teams meant we didn’t have to learn another tool. With our Pack, the team can automate outreach and personalize their dashboard in one place.”
Elise Perez y Landazuri, Growth Engineering Manager at Plato

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