Coda 101

15 lessons, 35 minutes

Learn about pages

Pages are portions of a doc dedicated to specific information; think of them like tabs in a spreadsheet. A Coda doc starts with a familiar blank page and can grow into many pages as a project evolves and needs change. Pages comprise the basic scaffolding of your doc. You can nest them inside one another. Reference them in formulas. Fold them up with collapsible content, jump around them with outlines, and frame each one with a header image.

Practice with pages

In your companion doc (you can find the original link here):
  1. Add some pages. A page for each teammate or each subsection is a good place to start.˙
  2. Add icons and change the names of your pages.
  3. Add a subpage or three.


Customizing pages

Learn all about page options in Coda and how they enable you to customize the appearance, navigation, and doc data visible to your collaborators.

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