Pack Launched: Banktables! 💹

I have just launch my Banktables pack! Banktables provides a way to sync your bank account data with your Coda docs. It utilises the GoCardless Bank Data API (previously Nordigen), suited to those of us in the UK and EU.

Feedback from beta testing as been very positive, here is what one of the testers had to say:

So check out the pack and let me know what you think!

Feature requests and bugs can be logged by clicking here.


Full details and instructions on how to use the pack here:

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hi @Wayne_Simpson1 ,
this must have been quite some work to set up.
so instead paying via coda, we pay you directly via stripe?
second, what is the price ?
thx, cheers, christiaan

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Hi @Christiaan_Huizer

Yes it took quite sometime but I enjoyed making the pack and I am enjoying using it even more!

Re Stripe, yes this is correct, there is a 14 days trial via Stripe and then the pack cost £8 per month thereafter.


okay, that is 8 regardless the makers, right?

Hi, yes that is correct.


Wonderful, the maker independent fee seems intelligent to me.


Hello @Wayne_Simpson1,

I started the trial recently and your tool seemed to be exactly what I need. I would love to become a paying customer but the ‘Sender’ information doesn’t seem to be available in the transactions table. I don’t know if this is a limitation of the GoCardless API, but unfortunatelly without that field my use-case doesn’t work anymore. Is there any chance you can add it?

Cool project! Why do you use stripe for payment instead of gocardless when you already use their api?

@Pablo_DV on the transaction table there are columns called “remittance” and “creditorName”, where the information about the senders is saved. Can you see these columns on your table? You might need to unhide the columns if you can’t see them, remittance is always populated, so I recommend you use that column.

I use stripe for other things and prefer to have everything in same place

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@Wayne_Simpson1 I’m not a native speaker, but the way I understand it is that the ‘CreditorName’ is the receiver of the payment and ‘Remittance’ the concept. I’m still missing the sender of the payment. If I’m just tracking my expenses I don’t need it, since I’m always the sender but actually I also need to track from whom do I receive payments and I couldn’t find any field with that information.

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@Pablo_DV I’ll have a look into, there might be some other column I can add to the transaction able for you.

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@Pablo_DV I’ve added a new column called “debtorName”, hopefully this suits your needs, do let me know. Wayne

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That’s great @Wayne_Simpson1, working as expected now. You’ve got a new customer!

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Great! Glad it’s working for you!

New country coverage listed for Banktables here: Bank Account Data Coverage | GoCardless

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