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Coda combines spreadsheet and database features into powerful, modern documents that can contain everything your team is working on in one place. Start out by writing ideas in a document as you would in any word processor or notes app, with rich text or Markdown formatting. Drag-and-drop paragraphs to reorder your outline and ideas. Then type
/ and add tables, embeds from other apps, buttons, automations, and more to your documents.
Tables are the most powerful part of Coda, as part spreadsheets, part databases. You can list items in a table and calculate values with spreadsheet formulas in dedicated columns. You can open individual rows as records. Or you can reference table data directly in your documents, to build self-updating reports. And you can add data to documents or run automations with buttons to turn your documents into custom in-house apps.
Features and Functionality
Coda is a document app with building blocks—including spreadsheet-like tables and buttons to start automations—that let documents turn into apps to manage your team's work. It includes:
- Documents with rich text formatting to write documents and notes. Every line is a new section that can be dragged around on the page, or indented to build outlines.
- Pages to add additional details to documents and keep everything about one project in one place.
- Tables for databases to organize data, with spreadsheet-style formulas that get applied to a full column for calculations. You can reference table data in other sheets, or in-line in document text with spreadsheet-style formulas.
- Buttons to open forms to add data to tables or run automations, to turn your documents into mini-apps.
- Embeds to bring work from other apps including G Suite, Slack, GitHub, Figma, and more into Coda docs.
- Comments on specific words or document sections to collaborate Google Docs-style inside documents.
Pros and Cons
Extremely powerful and flexible formulas, including the ability to use formulas inline in a docum...
Coda only charges for Doc Makers.
Coda includes a free plan to start documents and add 50 objects per document, with limited app connections and other features. Then, with a free plan, you can also edit any document a Doc Maker with a paid plan shares with you—and there, you can use all the paid features the Doc Maker's account unlocked.
How much does Coda Cost?
If you want to be a Doc Maker and create new Coda pages with full features, you can get:
- Coda Pro for $12/month per doc maker for unlimited document size, up to 100 time based automations per month, cross-document tables, 30 day revision history, app integrations with Gmail, Slack, Twilio, and other work apps, and hidden pages.
- Coda Teams for $36/month per doc maker for unlimited automations and version history, more app integrations including Jira, GitHub, Figma, and Intercom, locked document sections, and private folders.
- Coda Enterprise with sales-based pricing for SSO, IT admin features, unified billing, and more.
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Native 3rd-party integrations
Coda integrates with several tools like Google Calendar, Jira, Slack, GitHub, Figma, etc. Integrations are called Packs. The integrations allow you to visualize your data from these different tools in structured table in Coda, but you can also take action in your other tools from a Coda doc (via buttons).
Coda has a REST API which allows you to connect with any tool. There is also a Google Apps Script library so you can run scripts on a regular basis without having to dive into the crontab.