Hi there @emilio.lopez and Welcome to the Community !
Ok, so Coda actually doesn’t support “Cell” formulas (contrary to Google Sheets for example where you could have a
=Hyperlink() in a cell and a
=Concatenate() just in the cell below).
So, I’ve done some testing in Google Sheets, where I just copy/paste links which were rendered as links.
And I didn’t have any trouble importing this in Coda as
.csv … Except for the column
C which effectively became a simple text.
Now, depending on how exactly your links are originally formatted, what you could do is find a way in your
.csv to disassemble the hyperlink so you’ll have the
Text in one column and the
link in another.
Once imported in Coda, you can recreate your hyperlink using a formula looking like this :
Hyperlink(thisRow.[Column 2],thisRow.[Column 1])