⌘ + K / Ctrl + K
Bring up the all-access command palette, which allows you to navigate to anywhere in the system including things like:
Save a sheet
Convert section into a Block
Search the help articles
Ask support a question
Command Palette with Style Columns Focus
⌘ + J / Ctrl + J
Search any CSS property to edit.
Command Palette with Open-sheet Focus
⌘ + O / Ctrl + O
Search to open and make edits to any Page, Block, or Sheet.
Hide and Show Editor
⌘ + E / Ctrl + E
Toggle to hide and show the Editor at any time.
Toggle Inspect Element
⌘ + I / Ctrl + I
Toggle the Inspect Element tool when working with the Page or Block editor.
Toggle Full-Screen Editing
⌘ + Enter / Ctrl + Enter
Enlarge Cell to full view.
When editing raw HTML, stylesheets, and other lengthy text cells you can use this command to open up the cell to be the full width and height of the editor. Some cells support this behavior when double-clicking, but all cells support this behavior with the shortcut.
⌘ + D / Ctrl + D
Duplicate the selected Element cell.
⌘ + S / Ctrl + S
Save the current sheet.
Save All Sheets
⌘ + Shift + S / Ctrl + Shift + S
Save all sheets from anywhere in the editor.
Switch to Left Open Tab
⌘ + Shift + <
Switch to an open tab (Page, Block, Sheet) to the left of the current sheet. Note: the
< is on the same key as
Switch to Right Open Tav
⌘ + Shift + >
Switch to an open tab (Page, Block, Sheet) to the right of the current sheet. Note: the
> is on the same key as
Toggle Corner Menu
Option + Tab
Allows you to quickly enter into an element's attributes row.
Copy and Pasting
There are two contexts for copying and pasting in the editor. The first is simply copying and pasting a text cell's value. The second is copying elements and nested groups of elements.
Copy/Paste Cell Values
⌘ + C / Ctrl + C
Copy a cell’s text value.
⌘ + V / Ctrl + V
Paste a value that has been copied into a cell.
In the Element's column, select the Element to copy. Then hit ⌘ + C / Ctrl + C.
In the Elements Column, select the element you want to nest the copied element into. Then hit ⌘ + V / Ctrl + V.
Navigating in a Sheet
You can navigate through the columns and rows like you would with any other spreadsheet program.
Move one cell up
Arrow Key Up
Move one cell down
Arrow Key Down
Move one cell to the right
Arrow Key Right
Move one cell to the left
Arrow Key Left
Jump to first column
⌘ + Arrow Key Left / Ctrl + Arrow Key Left
Go to the first column of any sheet you are editing. Similar to the home key on windows.
Move to the next cell to the right
Move to the next cell to the left
Shift + Tab
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