Keyboard Shortcuts
Notabase has a lot of keyboard shortcuts to help you do things faster, and we're adding more all the time.

Navigation

  • cmd/ctrl + p to create a new note or jump to an existing note.
  • cmd/ctrl + \ to open or close the sidebar.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + e to switch to the notes pane.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + f to switch to the search pane.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + g to go to Graph View.

Formatting

Inline shortcuts

These shortcuts can be used while you're typing.
You can also use markdown shortcuts to format your text while typing.
  • cmd/ctrl + b to bold.
  • cmd/ctrl + i to italicize.
  • cmd/ctrl + u to underline.
  • cmd/ctrl + ` to create inline code.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + s to strikethrough.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + h to highlight.
  • cmd/ctrl + k to create a link.

Block shortcuts

These shortcuts can be used to change the type of block you're in.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 1 to create an H1 heading.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 2 to create an H2 heading.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 3 to create an H3 heading.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 4 to create a bulleted list.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 5 to create a numbered list.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 6 to create a checklist.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 7 to create a quote block.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 8 to create a code block.
  • cmd/ctrl + shift + 9 to create a paragraph.

Tabbing / entering

  • tab to create a nested bullet point in a bulleted or numbered list.
  • shift + tab to unindent a nested bullet point in a bulleted or numbered list.
  • shift + enter to create a soft line break.
  • cmd/ctrl + enter to create a hard line break.
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