While you can embed content into your Coda docs using the formula language with the Embed and Image formulas, the easiest way to embed content is right from the + menu. 

When you choose embed, we'll include a few quick suggestions, but you can add any links you like:

Once you choose your embed option, add the link to the content you'd like to embed:

You can then resize your embedded content by clicking the pencil icon and dragging and dropping the handles:

Before embedding content, make sure that the sharing settings are set to public. If you ever have any issues, we recommend trying the Embed formula with the force parameter.

Using the force parameter

Many URLs will work out-of-the-box with the Embed formula, but some may not display as desired by default. For instance, content that needs you to log into an account to view or that does not support the oEmbed format (such as a private dashboard) may result in an error or show only basic information.

You can try a different way of embedding by using the force parameter in the formula. With this parameter enabled, the content will be embedded directly in an iframe in your browser: For Example: =Embed("https://coda.io", force: true)

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