In Coda, it’s not currently possible to freeze a specific row. Column headers, however, will pin automatically as you scroll - no special steps necessary.


Exciting news! It’s now possible to freeze columns in Coda.

To freeze columns:

  1. Click any column header to open the column menu

  2. Scroll down to Freeze and hover over it

  3. From the menu that pops out, choose how many columns you could like to freeze

Note: 1 column will freeze the first column from the left, 2 columns will freeze the first and second, and 3 columns will freeze the first, second, and third. None will unfreeze all columns.

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Here are some other tactics for optimizing your work with tables:

  1. Move your columns around with a simple drag and drop depending on what you want to work with

  2. Hide any columns that you're not using

  3. Group your columns

  4. Collapse any groups you're not using by clicking the arrow icon

  5. Pin, arrange, and manage groups

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