Announcing our Series D funding

We’re excited to announce we’ve raised a Series D round, led by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board (Ontario Teachers’). For the full story on our newest investors and a look at how we plan to use this funding to accelerate our vision for all-in-one docs, you can read our announcement at coda.io/@coda/all-in-on-all-in-one-docs.

We look forward to putting more power into the hands of our growing community of makers, so they can continue expanding the definition of all-in-one docs. Here’s where we’ll focus to turn that ambition into reality:

  1. Leveling-up all-in-one docs: The next generation of Coda’s core editor will give us a chance to rethink performance and scalability for the long term.
  2. Scaling to support the (new) rituals of great teams: We’ll continue to staff up to support the tens of thousands of teams who use Coda every day. Interested? Join us!
  3. Expanding the Coda ecosystem: We’re excited to put the power of building Packs in the hands of the makers themselves.

Our maker community continues to inspire us, and we can’t wait to bring everyone together (virtually) to share even more of what’s in store. Join us at our second-ever Block Party this fall!

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Thank you amazing Maker Community for all you do–from feedback, to trying new ideas together, to celebrating new feature launches with us–we’re so grateful to have the BEST collaboration and productivity community, and can’t wait to grow with you :slight_smile:

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Congrats! Very excited about the potential of DIY Packs…

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Congratulations and thank you for this amazing tool and the community that’s grown around it! Looking forward to what’s to come!

Imagine a more creative canvas : people are running their public websites, internal wikis, and entire businesses in Coda, and we’re working to up-level the style options and give you more control over how you lay out your content. (Side-by-side, perhaps? :wink: ). Imagine blending structured and unstructured information together: what could you make if all of the canvas features of Coda were available inside tables, and all the rich logic of tables were available over your canvas content?

Chills :slight_smile:

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Congrats on getting the D from those teachers! :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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Congratulations on closing this funding round. I :orange_heart: Coda!

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@shishir Congrats and high-fives to the team because investment is a function of the hard work that all Codans have contributed.

As an aside and a much smaller milestone, Stream It has decided (last week) to fully transition all documents and collaboration to Coda. We’ve been rag-tagging our personal accounts while we were designing and building CyberLandr™ and now that it is announced and well-liked by the Cybertruck community, we will always know that in some small way Coda made this disappearing camper possible.

Many thanks to the team for building such an awesome productivity and collaboration tool!

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OMG
OMG
OMFG
I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MOMENT FOR SO LONG :heart_eyes::tada::fireworks::confetti_ball:
New layout possibilities??? New engine to pull coda to speed of light??? is that for real???

THANKS CODA TEAM :smiley::heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

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Hell yeah! Can’t wait to see where you guys bring this :rocket:
PS: Sign me up for any beta, we need to scale our docs.

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When are you guys thinking about going into the space of https://www.appsmith.com/ and https://retool.com/
If you guys go there as well, one dont need anything else!

You guys have the components, now it is just about allowing to connect to a DB as a data source, and potentially an API

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Many congratulations with your Series D! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Hey Snorre! Would love to learn more about what you are using AppSmith / Retool for and where Coda is currently fitting into your stack today.

Im using AppSmith/Retool for Admin dashboards, also for some DB analytics sometimes.
Might also use it for an external mini app if need be.

This can be to change a value in the DB but using buttons and search to allow non techies manage this. Without having to build a client also.

Coda today is used for lots of organization, and trying to keep data such as OKR updates, User feedback and such structured, general written documents

But It would be nice to mix this with our product data if I could connect the DB and show that data into my table.

That would be very interesting on how one could combine live DB with OKRs f.ex.

Or keep the simplicity of coda with a management dashboard of live data.

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