Yes +1 here as well. On the fence as to whether to go with Notion or Coda, but would prefer Coda with this one fix, as well as being able to link within Docs. Notion is weak here, as is Airtable, but I’m hoping Coda can step up and provide some good functionality here to differentiate and provide real team capabilities.
Right now I am struggling with one of my use cases, meeting notes. I appreciate that I can use Coda to create a row for each topic in a meeting. Great solution so that I don’t lose track of what was discussed. However, the meeting itself can’t have an overall note to it - Agenda, attendees, etc. - this would have to be yet another row since the Canvas as it’s currently set up is not actually a piece of any DB. So I can’t schedule it in Google Calendar, and in fact I’m not sure I can even relate the canvas anywhere to any row in a table that’s in that Canvas. Real shame as in fact, Notion, which does allow you to pop open a row and add notes at the bottom, actually treats those notes as “blocks” and they also will become sub-rows eventually. If you don’t convert them to rows, they still remain invisible in some of the more relevant views in Notion, like Table. I would like simply to be able to add a rich text area with Canvas functionality, so I could reference some of those great formulas, and I would be more or less set here. Thanks!