Notion is technologically advancing day by day but most of its power 💪🏻 still lies in a widely used slash command. A Slash command is a command that is entered into a text field by putting a forward slash (/) before it.
Slash commands increase 📈 one's efficiency while using notion as you can perform certain actions in a few seconds⌚ & put certain type of content just by typing a shortcut command into your documents.
Here are several examples of " slash commands (/) " that you can use in Notion:-
/today: Inserts the present-day date.
/remind: Sets a reminder for a particular date and time.
/image: Inserts an image.
/color: Changes the color of the selected text block or page.
/code: Formats the selected text as code / Inserts a code block.
/quote: Formats the selected text as a quote.
/bullet: Adds a bullet point to the current list.
/number: Adds a numbered point to the current list.
/hr: Puts a horizontal line.
/list: Create bulleted, numbered, toggle or a to-do list.
/export: Exports the current page or database as a PDF, Markdown, or CSV file.
/import: Imports a file into the current page or database.
/sort: Sorts the contents of a database.
To use these commands simply type the command & press ENTER ⌨. Slash commands is a convenient & efficient method to carry out many specific actions 📊. They can buy you time & does not demand any effort in comparison to doing the same actions with a menu options 📝 or mouse 🖱.
In conclusion, slash commands are a powerful feature 💫 of Notion that allow users to quickly access and manipulate their data without the need to navigate 🧭 through menus or click multiple buttons. You can find a full list 📃 of available slash commands in Notion by typing "/" into a text field and then selecting the "Slash commands" option from the menu that appears or type
/ and then press the Tab key. For better understanding of every command, Have a look 👀 at this page.