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Overview: Import data into Coda
Overview: Import data into Coda

Unsure what import option is best for you? Explore the various options here.

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Whether you’re new to Coda or a seasoned pro, you may want to pull data from other sources into your Coda doc. Good news - Coda has lots of options to help facilitate this. You can even find app-specific importer tools that make transitioning off your existing tools a breeze.

To explore importing options within your doc, just type /import into the canvas. Or click on the Insert tab in the upper right corner of your doc, then select Import.

Import directly from another app

With our native importers, Coda makes it easy to pull your projects from another app into Coda - all while preserving formatting and connections.

Check on out any of the below articles to learn more.

Import text files

Want to import content from a document or wiki? Coda supports pasting text from a wide range of documents and will preserve the core formatting of the content. Read more about this at the links below.

Import a table manually

If you're starting from data in a spreadsheet, and you aren’t able to use one of our other importing features, you can always copy and paste. Refer to the article below for some details on how to do this:

Import from 3rd-party applications with Packs

Coda Packs allow you to connect to applications you and your team use every day like Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Intercom, and more. Click on Insert in the upper right of your doc, then select Packs. Or to learn more about Packs, check out the article below:

Set up an ongoing import with Zapier

If you need to import data on a continual basis (e.g. customer feedback, deal status, JIRA issues, etc.), you can use Zapier to build a connection:

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