Shortcuts are a powerful way to quickly achieve a lot in Hypernotes.
The help menu
The shortcut, or help, the menu can be accessed by clicking on the info icon that appears on the left-hand side inside the panel next to your profile icon, no matter where you are in Hypernotes.
The first section of the menu is used to display links to the various help documentation and to connect you with the support team via the in-app chat. The color coding section is specifically for the Graph view, helping to determine which nodes on the graph (notes) have notifications, open tasks, comments, are favorites, or are collapsed in the graph.
If you scroll down, you'll begin to see a list of shortcuts that can be used within Hypernotes. These shortcuts are categorized into Basics, Formatting, and Graph:
Basics refers to shortcuts that can be used within page text for creating references, indenting blocks, undoing or redoing the last actions, etc.
Formatting refers to text formatting within a page. Hypernotes uses primarily Markdown formatting, with a few extra additions to enable things like embedding images. You'll notice here that not all the shortcuts are a typical keyboard shortcut (displayed in a button on the right of the shortcut description), but may simply be a written shortcut, like those for embedding images. In cases like this, an example may be provided:
Graph, of course, refers to shortcuts that are specifically used in the Graph view. These functions can help you quickly create new nodes (pages), expand or collapse the graph, focus on selected nodes, and more.
All the shortcuts in Hypernotes
Here's the full list of shortcuts currently available in Hypernotes, as listed in the help menu. Here, "Ctrl" is used, but if you use MacOS these will be displayed as "Cmd".