/to open the command palette. Type to search, use the arrow keys to navigate up and down, or scroll through the list with your mouse. Press
Enter, or click on the block type you want to create the desired block. By default, when you start typing on an Anytype object canvas, the block type will be plain text.
+button with Notion to only make a block below the current block.
+button will pop out to your left.
+button that just appeared, and you'll see a yellow line appear. This line indicates where your new block will be inserted. Click the
+button, and a new block will be created where the line is located.
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checkboxes, and more.
+button in a Notion database to create a new property. All your relations will come for each new object created, and they can be configured in Type and not by properties in a particular database like in Notion
+button to the right of the column header. Instead, in Anytype, to add an attribute to a database you can these options:
+to get existing relation or create a brand new one. This will end with exactly the same thing — Anytype will add a column
/menu and object's relations panel.