If you need to export data from Coda, you have a few different options:
Use Copy/Paste: When Coda copies, the paste is then in a standard format that most apps understand. If you need to export an entire table of data from Coda, first make sure that the full table is visible in Coda by showing any hidden columns and removing any filters. Then just copy the table, and paste it into a spreadsheet or other app that supports pasting tables, and you'll be all set!
Print pages from your Coda docs by clicking the dropdown menu next to the doc name. More instructions here. If you prefer, you can also use this option to save your doc as a PDF in your browser print dialog, or . . .
Export pages as PDFs from the same dropdown menu. More instructions here.
Go to Account Settings and choose Export My Data. This will generate multiple .txt & .csv files for all of your owned docs.
You can choose "Download as CSV" to export your tables and cards as shown in the GIF below:
A Few Things to Note --
The final export may take some extra time to download due to the following factors:
The total number of exported pages exceeds 50
It can take a little while for the system to recognize embedded files from other tools (Miro and Figma, for example) in exports from Coda
Our ability to test the speed of exports is not always possible, as it is also influenced by the local network speed and other factors. If you're still experiencing issues while exporting, we recommend logging out of Coda and logging back in, which should reset the export queue from your login so that you can export one at a time.
If you have more questions about Exporting pages from Coda, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Try using one of our Packs to Export your Data more efficiently.