tables

Keyboard Shortcuts

Workarea
Keyboard ShortcutCommand
↑↓←→select card in direction of arrow
⌘-↑↓←→insert (connected) card in direction of arrow (as applicable)
ctrl-⌘-↑↓←→move card into direction of arrow (if applicable)
Delete selected/hovered over card or delete hovered over connection
⌘-⌥-CCopy selection as image to Clipboard

Text Editor
Keyboard ShortcutCommand
↩︎enter and exit cards text editor
⌥-↩︎Insert line break within card text editor
⌘-←→Move cursor to start/end of text within text editor
⌥-←→Move cursor after next word in within text editor
escCancel editing text of card
⌘-BMake selected text Bold. Also See menu Editor > Style.
  

Connecting Cards
Connect two cards with click and hold on a card until the cursor changes. Then drag to another card.
Keyboard ShortcutCommand
escCancel while connecting cards
Make connection with alternate style
  

Moving Cards
Keyboard ShortcutCommand
escCancel while moving cards

Table Groups

Table Groups arrange cards in layouts like columns, rows and tables. With Table Groups it's easy to set up Kanban boards, level layer boards and something like contingency or cross tables.

To create a table group organised in columns, double click the work area to create a new card. Then choose Editor > Group > Append Listed Card. You'll notice two cards stacked on each other. That is what is also known as listed cards. Then choose Editor > Insert > Right (or sure, any other direction). You'll notice a group with the dimension of 2x2. Again choose Editor > Insert > Right to reach the dimension of 3x3.

To move cards either use the menu commands or just drag them around.
To insert cards, either append them using menu commands or double click the spot where you want to insert a card. This can also be inbetween two cards.
To move cards between groups, Edit > Cut a card, click onto the location in the other group where you want to insert the card and Edit > Paste.
To change the type of table groups into columns, rows or table, right click on a group to open the context menu. Then choose from Group > Layout any of the types columns, rows, table.

The following shows more visual examples on what you can do with this feature:

Tutorial