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Access the doc title menu by hovering your cursor to the right of the doc title to bring the hamburger menu option forward, then click on it. From there, you can rename your doc, view your doc in fullscreen, and much more! Here's an overview of your doc's title menu options.

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Update your doc's browser icon

Begin your doc's title with an emoji to update your doc's browser tab icon.

If you are managing a lot of Coda docs day to day, it's all too easy to get lost in your open tabs and in your bookmarks.

You can identify your docs by giving each doc its own icon. Simply click the document icon next to your doc's title to get started.

Coda will suggest a few options, but you can also search the icon library to find something more to your liking. Your browser tab icon (the technical term is favicon) will then update to feature your new emoji icon.

Example icons

  • 🧠 - for company wikis: the brain of the company

  • πŸš€ - for launches of any kind (product features, into space, etc)

  • πŸ“’ - for databases or docs keeping records

Rename your Doc

Double-click the doc title to rename your doc.

You can use the Rename doc option available in the doc menu to change your doc's title or double-click the title itself to edit.

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Choose "View fullscreen" to present your doc in fullscreen mode.

You can also use CMD+SHFT+P to enter fullscreen with your keyboard. Use the Escape key (Esc) to exit.

Manage your Doc

Copy, move, print, and/or delete your doc from the title menu.

Use the doc title menu to make copies, move your doc between workspaces and folders, and access the doc's Version History.

You also have the option to add the doc to My Shortcuts, available on the lefthand side of coda.io/docs.

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