It seems like Coda doesn’t treat links as rich text for some reason.
I have a table where 1 column contains user-generated text for its rows (generally rich text and they always have links at the end). Another column uses a simple formula to clean the user-generated text in the first column. The formula I use is
thisRow.UserTextCol.Trim() to simply remove leading and trailing whitespaces. Unfortunately, if there is a link at the end, it is completely stripped off. Here’s an example:
Support said that Trim() works as expected since it outputs text, and links are not text. This seems odd since Trim() preserves rich text within the content itself. It’s also odd since I haven’t seen this type of rich text behavior in other content management platforms.
Anyone know of a way to get around this in the formula itself (vs. creating a separate col of links + concat)?