Speed matters, especially when it comes to the docs, tools, and apps you use daily. You trust us with your single-source-of-truth, and it’s important that you can get to what you need quickly and easily.
That’s why we’ve prioritized improving your doc’s load time behind the scenes over the past few months. Today, I’m excited to share some details about a few updates that have improved the median load time for docs by 25%
Here’s a quick peek behind the scenes.
Certain large docs can now load progressively . Previously, you would see your doc’s name and icon to know you’re in the right doc to load. Now, in larger docs, you can see all your doc’s pages and move to load the correct page first. It’s one of many first steps to improving how docs progressively load.
All docs now download content from a location closer to you so opening and loading a doc, switching pages, opening rows, and uploading images should be faster. All makers ー especially those based outside the US ー can now experience a faster Coda.
As a reminder, we also have some best practices for troubleshooting performance issues with your docs:
Performance is a top priority for us. Over the next few weeks, you can expect continued improvements to progressive loading as well as backend improvements to your select lists, people columns, and lookup columns to improve doc load. And we know that performance is more than a load time so we’re also working to bring you even bigger improvements and responsiveness. We’re looking forward to showing you what’s up next!