April 19, 2022
Score 8 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Coda
We were using Coda in my previous workplace to collaborate within immediate as well as cross-functional teams and use one platform for managing all information instead of spreading work across word documents, presentations, excel sheets, and over areas. Coda provides a very intuitive and flexible platform to organise all information irrespective of the formats.
- Very intuitive to use
- Highly flexible- you dont need to think of formats
- Very agile and collaborative
- Integrations with internal tools are not great. You cannot read/write info to other tools of your choice easily.
- Managing scale can get clumsy.
- Onboarding/ initial learning curve is cumbersome for many users.
- One doc does everything
- Integrations with Drive and multiple other tools
- Collaborating and agility
- Has enhanced productivity a lot
- Has improved transparency and collaboration
- Better information management
- Atlassian Confluence, ClickUp and Notion
Coda is not as great as ClickUp or Notion in many ways, but it surely has a better user interface and pricing in my view and allows good collaboration. However, integrations work much better with other competitors as compared with Coda, and would prefer others if pricing was not a very big concern.
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Coda is extremely agile and works really well for highly collaborative organisations that do not want to get into the hassles of managing different formats and storage of different information. It makes organising information very structured and easy and also keeps it highly collaborative for internal as well as external teams.