Launched: Headers for Grouped Tables now persist when scrolling

To group or not to group? With today’s update, we hope that’s no longer a question!

Grouping your table data is a powerful way to bring pivot table-like functionality and clarity to your data.

Previously, when you grouped information on a table in Coda, scrolling meant the header row eventually scrolled off the page (unlike ungrouped tables, where the header remains persistent as you scroll through the entire table).

We’ve had a lot of requests to fix this discrepancy, and we’re glad to have uncovered and resolved the underlying technical issues that caused it. Table headers now stay with you while you scroll for all tables ー grouped and ungrouped:

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This also works for more complex cases such as top-grouped tables and tables with multiple levels of grouping:

Give it a shot! And stay tuned as we continue to make tables easier to use and understand for teams in Coda.

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Love this

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Hallelujah! This has been a longtime request by clients.

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Really exciting! This has been a pain point for users in my org and will be a real win for our teams. Thank you coda team!

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Finally! Great addition, thanks!

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Really good one!

I would love if we could add a bit of styling to the groups like text colors and shading.

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This is great!

Hopefully column pinning (left groups and/or display value column) is not far away either :wink:

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This @Stefan_Stoyanov and this @Paul_Danyliuk
+100 for both of your propositions.

Some people are never pleased :laughing:

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Please, add “start from monday” option. I’m really confused all the time in choosing dates in datepicker. And im not alone, i found many posts in community about this issue.

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This is going to make my teams day!!! Super pumped about this. Sometimes it is the small things that make the biggest difference.

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After working with this for a few days, it’s safe to say that this significantly increases the value of Grouping.:+1:

It has eliminated so much friction!!:grin:

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OMG - yes! My original feature request (before I joined the team at Coda) just shipped :slight_smile:

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