As you probably know now, the smallest unit within Coda is the row. The row gives you each column value for that particular row in a table.

When you open the row modal by hovering the row and clicking the double-arrow expand icon, you're able to view a lot of details about that row's actions.

At the bottom of the row modal, you'll see there are two things we can dig into: Comments and Activity.

When you click on Comments, you can see all comments for that single row. Similarly, when you navigate to Activity, you can see details about the row, such as when and by whom: 

  • The row was created
  • The values were updated
  • Comments were left
  • Automations were ran

This can be useful as you work with your team within the same collaborative surface.

Let's see it in action.  

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