The doc that brings words, data, & teams together.
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Note-taking Tool
- Team Collaboration Tool
What is Coda.io?
For years, your team has been split across spreadsheets, docs and apps. It’s time to bring us back together.
Documents haven't changed in 40 years. The first spreadsheet was built for accountants in the 70s. Since then, we’ve updated the interface and piled on features. But it’s still just cells in a spreadsheet.
The parade of packaged software. Meanwhile, we’re flooded with productivity tools. Niche, cloud-based apps promise to streamline our workflow, but actually silo it. The thing we all rely on to actually get work done? Docs.
Why docs and sheets still run the world. We love docs and spreadsheets because they’re light and flexible. And unlike apps, anyone can make them. But we need a doc that can keep up with today’s super-collaborative world.
All you need in one doc. No more ping-ponging between spreadsheets and docs. Coda keeps all your words and data in one place.
Everyone gets their way. With customizable views, your Trello-loving designer and Gantt-head PM can work off the same data.
Grows with your ideas. Coda docs start simple but have infinite room to grow. Think Minecraft for docs.
What will you Coda? We’ve seen Coda docs launch products. Name companies. Even coordinate hundreds of people. We don’t even know everything this doc can do. Help us figure out its potential.
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Comments and Reviews
Said about Coda.io as an alternative
it can do basically everything Notion can do, plus it has buttons and other powerful features, and it has a public API, which Notion is still working on.
Nearly identical to Notion.so, the Table function is a better version of AirTable. The formula capabilities are greater than Airtable and support multiple levels of indirection as well as syntax highlighting and autocomplete in the formula entry. Comparably, AirTable supports only single level lookup indirection and has a significantly reduced formula set.
- Office & Productivity
Coda is amazing! This thing is so powerful, surprised it hasn't already taken over the world! It's a cross between Notion, Google Docs and Airtable - powerful and versatile, and integrates well with tools like Slack and GitHub.
Coda is very beautiful and very powerful in the number of options for the type of structured content you have to place inside a document. I just didn't like the way of attaching external files. But the really unforgivable flaw, in my opinion, is the search for documents by title alone. Unable to find by content.