Hi, I’ve set up a database on Notion for my workspace based on this template discussed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMkGyMhM7OM&list=PLSJs1Zr9x2wAhLHDcKvp8KUou0d9PypBy&index=2&t=0s
I tried replicating it in Coda, but discovered quickly that Coda is not structured the same way as Notion. One of the main example of that is the main column in a Notion database can be a full page in itself, while in Coda, it can’t.
I have made a database in Notion that is called Areas, and within the database is a row called Contacts. Now this ‘Contacts’ is a page in itself, which lists a database of all my contacts. How would you replicate this in Coda? Make a separate page?
In Notion, I have a database called Projects, in which each project is listed per row, and then when I click on it, there is a full page listing the project tasks (linked database with filter to show relevant tasks only), etc… How do I achieve something similar in Coda? Do I need to make separate pages for each project, but then how do I list the projects in a table, so that I can sort them as needed?