Anything similar to 'Synced block' like Notion?

Synced block in notion is nothing but feature to enable a line or paragraph to coexist in two different pages simultaneously. If we make changes to that block from any page, it will reflect in all the pages where it is synced.
Very helpful feature while note taking or planning. Coda being an advanced tool than notion, I wonder if similar feature is present in coda too.

if not, have you found any workaround yet?

Hey Piyush, welcome to the Community!

In Coda you could achieve this with a table and multiple views of it. You could set up a simple single-cell undecorated table and then copy it over as a view over multiple pages. Then you would be able to edit the same cell from either of the views, and the content of that cell would be reflected in every view:

It’s not ideal because table column widths are not flexible and the text in the tables tends to be smaller, but that’s one way to reuse a block of content and make it editable from either page.

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Hey Paul, Thanks for your warm welcome :blush: I am new to coda and from a non-technical background. From now on, you might see me often here putting up questions :sweat_smile:

And your answer helps. Thank you so much :sparkles:

I wonder if there should be a slash command perhaps:

/include -> object | formula