- Istvan P.Board Member
The elegant way to combine wiki and database functionality combined with an easy to lean and easy to use Coda formula language. The on boardig is exeptional with use case focused newsletters and one minute videos. The Gallery is full of nice examples you can copy freely. The licencing is outstanding compared to any direct competitors (like Notion or Airtable), because you pay only for the maker. I use Coda in a project with more than 100 users an pay less than 400 USD a year. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Rafaella F.Mid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
Coda is a super flexible software that allows you to create and share information between the entire organization in a number of ways. The possibility of using formulas customized for your needs is what makes it even more amazing. Already used it for a number of reasons: team kanban, communication calendar, documentation, campaign history, etc. Truly amazing. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Brianna T.Associate Product Manager
It's easy to start working in Coda. Ease of use in general is very high with Coda. You can easily create or remove pages & subpages, change text formatting, add tables, and import many of the most common types of documents. The ability to set an icon for the page and a cover image allows each page to stand out and makes it easier to know at a glance what kind of page you're on. It's also incredibly easy to collaborate within Coda, with multiple people able to seamlessly interact with and change items together. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in Information Technology and ServicesSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
resource hog, doesn't have intuitive formulas Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Alexandru George D.Customer Service Representative / QA
- response time issues Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Verified User in BiotechnologyMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
Everything on the website is a bit choppy. Like I said, it is good if there is no alternative, but there are better project management websites out there Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.
- Mathew J.Newspapers
Clean UI/UX is a huge plus. Moreover, I personally feel Coda to be miles ahead that it's competitor Notion in all aspects.
- Antonio S.Research
cuando vas con un proyecto con mucha info que quieres centralizar, esto te facilita muchsimo la tarea y no es para nada complicado por los miembros que estn dentro del proyecto, aprender Coda y as tener toda la info centralizada
- Anonymous ReviewerInformation Technology and Services
The flexibility and fairly gentle learning curve of Coda made it an obvious choice for me. The fact that you can combine texts, tables, images, URLs, and so much more on one single page is truly a time-saver and it is great for onboarding new employees and clients as well as keeping teams of all sizes up to date and working together.
- simon l.Computer & Network Security
The only reservation I have about Coda is its scalability. With very few rows it can become incredibly slow. I appreciate Coda are working very hard to improve but I advise anyone to verify the feasibility of their application by performing a quick test to establish whether performance is likely to be an issue.
- Giles B.Computer Software
Speed and performance really suffers with time, to the point where it takes 10 seconds plus to open our main doc. Support tried to help but couldn't really do anything to improve it. It's also very easy to accidentally share your entire doc and make it public without realising. I wouldn't keep confidential information in there anymore because of that.
- Bill Laurel P.Computer Software
Coda can be unreliable and sluggish when constructing large projects, and still has areas of development concerning features and usability.
- German Fuentes PavezJournalist
Coda helped us managed our projects in a way no other platform has done it. Eternal spreadsheets are now in the past. Our efficiency has improved as well. We are currently managing clients, sale orders and monitoring progress in experimental projects. We are intending to use Coda across our company, in other departments due to its automation-user friendly options. We believe this is the opera prima of Coda, users will find more time to dedicate in other tasks, with more complexity and more ad-on value.
- Verified UserProgram Manager
My team uses coda to centrally track OKRs, project status, and project details. Coda makes it easy to stay organized and have a source of truth.
- Verified UserDirector
We are using Coda across the product org (PMs PDs EMs PMMs) to write 360 docs, track progress OKRs, status updates, and team meetings. I personally use Coda for getting pulse updates and weekly statuses for my marketing team. Coda helps us have a source of truth for user interviews and cross-functional projects.
The use case templates. Accessibility and navigation. Providing updates & tagging capabilities.
- Luisa GomezFamily Concierge Associate
We currently use Coda to collect all our SOPs for different corporate roles. I find the search engine of the program can be improved to be more intuitive. I have found myself checking multiple documents before actually finding the specific information/manual I want to access. Unless the specific keywords of the manual are typed as part of my search, I would have to ask other teams to share the actual link to access the information needed. I really enjoy having the option to expand and contract titles and subtitles in order to have a wider view of the information and expand the specific subject needed.
- Chelsea ThompsonTalent Coach
Currently at my company we use Coda for all of our shared documents. It's essentially the "office" part of us while we're all working remote. It's a source where we keep company information and track and manage our internal processes, from onboarding to company information to track and manage budgets.
It's hard to know all the features or where to start on building a page It doesn't seem very intuitive
- Verified UserGeneral Manager
We use Coda as a tool to update our internal users on an ongoing project. The project affects many people across different departments and we wanted to give them a space to read about what's going on at product and tech level. There are only two of us creating the content and we communicate it via email/workplace to our target audience
- Aqsa S.Founder
Before I shifted my businesses to Coda, everything was SO unorganized to the point where I hated coming into work. Hiring employees was such a task because I had to keep track of sending onboarding forms and Google Drive links over email. Ever since Coda, EVERYTHING IS IN ONE PLACE! It's such a great feeling to be so organized. I'm obsessed with organizing everything in Coda now. It has just overall made my life easier and I feel like there are no longer a 100 tabs open in my mind all the time.
- Giles B.Co-Founder
Ok... but then it just slowed down and became unusable. We need to get critical company info out of heads and recorded fast. Loading up Coda was slow and they messed with the structure of docs too much to the point where we lost track of what went were. It was simple at first then it became docs, folders, sections, child sections. It feels like they're just bloating it with features now.
- Verified Reviewer
Having everything about a project live all in one place had saved me a lot of head aches. I'm building out a course and this has become the hub of the entire thing. The face that I could build out all the tabs and pages I needed has kept me organized and on track, not something i could have done on google sheets or any other pm tool for this particular need.
- Katie M.Client Operations
Coda is a well-designed platform that has allowed us to centralize all departments into one spot for documentation. Coda has strong support docs and videos that has helped us transition smoothly and continue to learn about new features and ways to use the product better. The new product emails they send out every so often are so informative!
- Bianca A.Executive Assistant
When I came into my position, there was a lot of duplicate data entry and everything was spread across multiple disconnected spreadsheets, emails, word docs, etc. Coda allowed me to create a custom document to contain all the information relevant to each project. It is one of my most valuable tools.
- Josh J.Developer
I have been using Coda since quite early days in their beta. While it was already showing a lot of promise in the early days, it has completely blossomed and matured since and I now use it daily and have had it implemented for different purposes in two organisations. Highly recommend.
I've been using Coda 2 for almost 4 years, it has always been my go-to editor on OS X....until I upgraded my Mac to macOS Sierra. Since then, the programs _works_ but I keep hetting error and _crash_ messages every few steps; last month I even had to contact Panic's support because the app had stopped working altogether. They updated the program and it was working again, but the "error/crash" warning popup tabs keep showing up while I'm working - I can keep working, the program doesn't actuall...
I also like it. My friend has recommended it to me, and since that time i'm always using it.
Powerful text editor. Great.