A Pack is an extension that adds new powers to your doc. Packs work by supplementing the core building blocks of Coda, so you can customize how your doc looks, works, and integrates. We have Packs for many of the tools your team already uses - from Slack, to Jira, to Google Calendar and GMail, to Salesforce. You can choose from Packs created by Coda or Packs created by makers just like you.
Read through this article to find the various articles available on the many features and capabilities of Packs.
Understand the security of Packs in Coda
When connecting to outside tools, security is an understandable concern. To alleviate that concern, we’ve designed Packs from the ground up with security in mind. Check out the article below to understand what makes Packs secure.
Purchase Packs for your workspace
As part of Coda’s Pack Marketplace we are letting you buy Packs individually, separate from Packs bundled into the pricing tiers. There will also continue to be Packs available to anyone regardless of tier. Check out the article below to learn more:
Browse, install, and authenticate Packs
There are a hundreds of Packs out there, ready to be added to your doc. Use the article below to understand how to discover the right Pack for you, install it in your Coda doc, and authenticate.
Put Packs to use
Once you install a Pack, there are four main ways you can use them in your doc: Pack sync tables, Pack buttons, Pack column formats, and Pack formulas. We’ve created dedicated articles for these uses, which you can find below:
💡Tip: Pack formulas are a more advanced way to utilize Packs. Once you have a Pack installed in your doc, just open the formula builder in your doc, and type the Pack name to see the available formulas.
Sometimes you might hit a snag with a Pack table, button, or formula. No worries - we’re here to help. For starters, check out our article below for some common issues, best practices, and helpful tips.
Build your own Packs
In addition to using pre-made Packs, you can also build your own. Check out our comprehensive guide to building and sharing your own Packs below: