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What can I use Gingko for?
- your book or novel.
- your screenplay.
- your thesis or research paper.
- software specs.
- your projects.
- personal todos.
- your development workflow.
- your ideas.
- your study notes.
- Working together on any of the above.
How do I use Gingko?
- Enter or double-click to edit a card.
- Ctrl+Enter to save changes.
- Arrows to move around
- Ctrl+Backspace to delete
- Drag & Drop to rearrange
1: Enter or double-click to Edit.
Each card should contain a single thought or topic. Usually no more than a paragraph or two.
Try editing this card!
(Ctrl+Enter again to save.)
2: Arrows to Move
Move around with arrow keys, or by clicking the card you want to focus on.
Protip: you can also use hjkl.
3: Ctrl + Backspace to Delete
Try deleting the card to the right.
(Navigate here, and press Ctrl-Backspace)
4: Drag & Drop to rearrange
Click and drag the green bar at the left of the card to move it to the bottom.
Need more help?
Click the icon at the top right.
You can access resources, examples, templates and get more help at the FAQ.
We believe in global software, and do the best we can to make Gingko available in your language. We’ve just started the effort, so for now, we have this tree available also in Japanese & Russian:
To start a New Tree, click on the menu at top left: