How does this SET node in this sample Coda createRows workflow get created?

Hi people,

I have been wresteling with the Coda New Row node, and could not get the columns properly set. Then I discovered there is a template for creating new rows in Coda. That is is really great, but I want to learn and understand it. So i tried to recreate the Set node in this overview, but I can’t get it to appear the same way when I add a new Edit (Set) node.

Below is the Set node from the template:

Can you please explain to me how one gets to create these parameters in this way?

This is my Edit (SET) Node when I drag a new one in. It’s completely different:

I look forward to hearing from you for some insights :)!

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Hi @codewulf0
:wave: welcome to the n8n community!

The “Set” node you see in that template is the older version of the current “Edit Fields” node. The two nodes are actually doing the same thing with a different interface.

I created an updated version of the template that you can try:

Let me know if that helps!
All the best


…and here’s an updated version of the workflow where I added a DebugHelper node which returns some demo random data. You might want to replace the DebugHelper node with a node that retrieves or produces some actual data you want to add to Coda.

I hopw this helps :slight_smile:


Thanks a lot, this is helpful! That did the trick.

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