Quickly search for and execute the most important actions in the application entirely from your keyboard.
Pulling up the command palette · 0:10
CMD+K to bring up the palette. Then you can start typing to search for commands. Almost anything you can do with your mouse is available in the command palette.
In some cases, certain commands will be greyed out. This happens when a certain action isn't available in your current view.
There are two sub-palettes inside of the command palette. One for switching channels and one for adding a task.
Add a task palette · 1:10
A to trigger immediately or use the 'Add task' entry inside the command palette.
Channel switcher · 1:24
CMD+L to trigger immediately or type
# while inside the command palette.
- On the right hand side of every command, you'll see its associated keyboard shortcut. If you learn these, you can skip the step of typing
CMD+Kand searching for your action.
- In order to use the Command Palette actions associated with a task, you must have your mouse hovered over that task to start.
- You can search through your tasks and notes by typing directly in the Command Palette. Type
CMD+Kand simply type your search.
Updated 3 months ago