As you start building out your docs, you may find that you want to use one of your handy formulas in multiple places. Rather than having to copy/paste, or remember your work, you can name a formula.

To get started, type =[your formula], and then add a name:


Now that your formula has a name you can reference it anywhere inside your doc. If you need to update your formula, not to worry, those changes will be populated anywhere you used that Named Formula.

Remember, that just like all Coda formulas, Named Formulas can be used in both tables and on the writing canvas. Our favorite thing? When you add another row to a table with a Named Formula, the formula automatically updates to include it.

Tip: Want to rename your formula? Just click on the original formula and then the name that you created for it.

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