The slash command allows you to perform various actions using only the keyboard. Some commands will only appear when performed in the right context, for example, the command to insert a column will only appear when performed in a board.
Do a slash command
You can perform a slash command anywhere as long as there is a space before the slash. The exception to this is if you perform the command at the beginning of a line, then no space is required.
1. Place your cursor on the item you want to perform a command on 2. Hit the "/" key on your keyboard 3. The slash command menu will appear 4. Type the name of the command or use your arrows to select it 5. Hit “Enter” or “Tab”
Slash command types
This type of slash command allows you to change the type of the item into another type.
Currently, the following types are available: Board, Bullets, To-do, Heading 1, Heading 2, Paragraph
Slash command actions
This type of slash command allows you to perform some action on the current item.
“Upload file” Displays your operating system’s file explorer “Complete” Completes the item “Add note” Lets you add a note to the current item “Duplicate” Creates a duplicate of the item and tags it #copy “Move To…” Lets you move an item and its contents using the “MOVE TO” menu “Share” Lets you create secret link to the item or invite users by email “Export” Displays the export menu for the item and its contents “Mirror” Copies a mirror of the item that you can then paste “Copy internal link” Copies a link to the current item you can then paste “Delete” Deletes the current item
Context specific commands
There are a couple of slash commands that can only be used in specific contexts and will not appear unless your cursor is in the right context. On a mirror bullet “View mirrors” Shows a list of all the mirrors for that item “Detach mirrors” Detaches the mirror and turns it into a regular bullet
In a board “Insert column right” Inserts a blank column to the right of the current column “Insert column left” Inserts a blank column to the left of the current column