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Coda is a document management and collaboration solution which helps businesses create documents and spreadsheets, streamlining processes related to project management, product launches, and more.

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Coda is a cloud-based document editor that enables team members to work together on brainstorming and product development.

The platform includes customizable templates that allow businesses to create personalized documents for presentations, brainstorming sessions, client feedback, to-do lists, and market research.

Coda comes with a set of building blocksーlike pages for infinite depth, tables that talk to each other, and buttons that take action inside or outside your docーwhich anyone can combine to make a doc as powerful as an app. People have made Coda docs that do everything from launch products, to scale small businesses, to help them study for tests.

Mr. Free Tools' Freemium Score
Features
7.5
Usage
7
Support
8
Uniqueness
8
Solution
8
Total Score
7.7

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Free Features Highlights

  • Create collaborative docs
  • Connected tables, charts, kanban boards, and forms
  • Powerful formulas & automations
  • Pull in data from 3rd-party tools & services
  • Unlimited forms
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Doc sharing
  • Unlimited folders
Limitations Highlights
  • Doc size is limited to up to 50 objects (pages, tables & views, buttons & controls, and formulas)
  • 1,000 Rows per doc
  • Attachment files of 1GB per doc
  • Automations is limited to up to 35 time-based and 100 event-based automation per month, per doc
  • Limited Cross-doc tables
  • 7 days version history

Mr. Free Tools’ Freemium Score

Since companies release their freemium products with restrictions, this score helps you quickly identify how useful this tool is, despite its limitations.

  • Features: rates the number of features and their restrictions compared to the paid plan.
  • Usage: rates how limited the usage is (limited number of users, monthly credits, etc.)
  • Support: rates how restricted the access to customer service is compared to the paid plan. (response time, and communication channels: forum, email, chat, or phone call)
  • Uniqueness: rates how common the tool is in the freebies world. The more unique the tool is, the fewer free decent alternatives it has.
  • Solution: rates how much the tool, with all its limitations, succeeds in solving the problem it intends to solve.

 

Please note that our score applies only to the free version of the tool and not the paid version.

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