Help with a Global Page Header

I want to add a “Header” to the top of every page to make it much easier and faster to see what it is, change the assignments, and other production related stuff. My doc has thousands of pages and hundreds of users, so trying to ease the PM side of things and put it all in 1 place. Plus seeing the status, approvals and such helps ensure features don’t accidentally get implemented if not approved and so on.

I tried just copying and pasting some stuff to the top of each page, but realized it cannot track each page easily. Trying to add a filtered row from the table, but I cannot figure out how to filter by “Current Page” or something similar. I also tried to collect the URL of the page and filter by that, but couldn’t get that working.

The Header might look something like this:

with a table elsewhere with ALL pages maybe like this

Would also maybe be good to be able to have each “section” on a page also have this ability (some pages might have 2-5 things on it that are different and could be tracked separately), so maybe the filter could be tied to something like a Heading 1 name? Also, want to make it easy for others to use and implement which is tough.

Any ideas on how to approach this?

Hey @Troy_Dunniway ! Thanks for reaching out. While this is not possible at this time, this sounds like a feature request the Coda team has been tracking to have pages as referenceable objects. That said, we have moved this post into the Suggestion Box for other members of the Community to chime in on this. We’ve gone ahead and tracked your vote for this feature formally.

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