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Notebooks are dynamic, executable documents that combine aspects of rich-text documents like MS Word or Google docs with executable logic from scripting languages. That means you can have rich text and images next to executable blocks like SQL queries, API calls, or blocks that send emails.
A notebook is organized into pages - just like a spreadsheet document can have multiple sheets. A page consists of blocks, which can have many different types.
You can simply add new text blocks by hitting
enter in any block - just like in a regular text document.
To add other block types, click on the
+ button next to a block and select the type from the dropdown menu:
There are also a few shortcuts to create new blocks faster.
⌘ + .opens the add-block menu
-- + spacewill add a SQL block
# + spacecreates an H1 headline
 + spacecreates a TODO list
You can see all shortcuts on the right side of the add-block menu:
You can simply add pages to a Notebook by clicking the
+ button in the left sidebar:
Notebooks are executable documents.
You can trigger an execution by clicking on the
Actions button in the top navigation bar.
You can also run executable blocks individually:
The "Notebooks" tab lets you browse and access all your notebooks and pages.
It also shows an outline of all named blocks on a page.
The "Data" tab shows all your database connections and their metadata.
You can easily browse through your database contents, preview tables, and copy a select statement to your clipboard.
Notebook pages can be accessed in editing or in viewing mode.
Viewing mode is used when you either do not have editing permission, or someone else is currently editing a Notebook page.
You can simply switch between modes given you have editing permissions:
Every new notebook page gets a randomly assigned cover image - just to make things a little more colorful.
You can easily change cover images and provide your own ones using a link to the image or by searching through Unsplash.
You can also remove the cover image if you want a page without it.