What Are Rem?
Each bullet point in RemNote is called a Rem. Each Rem represents a unique piece of knowledge and can be used to generate a flashcard for spaced repetition practice. The hierarchical bullet-point editor (with unlimited nesting) makes it easy to organize knowledge.
Tabto indent a Rem.
Shift + Tabto outdent a Rem.
Enterto create a new Rem.
Customize your notes with rich-text
Add a Rem Reference to another Rem in your Knowledge Base by typing
[[. (These are very useful for drawing connections and making associations between ideas you're learning!) Rem References update automatically. Edit the Rem on the next line to watch this reference update.
Add Mathematical Formulas using LaTeX by typing
Add Dates by typing ! twice - March 12th, 2021.
Add Tags by typing
##. They show up on the right.
Add Images or Links by pasting in their URL. You can also drag and drop images directly into the editor.
Make Todo Lists by typing /todo or pressing Cmd/Ctrl + Enter.
Add Videos by typing /video.
Format your notes
Rem Level Highlighting
Click on the Six-Dot Rem-Grabber on the left end of any rem and select "Add Highlights."
You can type
/redor any color from the available options.
Inline Level Highlighting
Select the portion of text you wish to highlight and click on the Highlight drop-down button from the Selected Text Menu.
You can also choose between three Header sizes via the Six-Dot Rem-Grabber or the / menu or using the dedicated Keyboard Shortcut.
Zoom into any Rem
Click on any bullet point to zoom into a Rem, showing only that Rem and its descendants. Go back using your browser's back button, or the breadcrumbs at the top of the document.
The Slash-Command Menu
/ while typing in the editor to bring up a menu where you can search through all formatting options and editor features.
Press Ctrl+K (Cmd+K on a Mac) to open the Omnibar, where you can access all of RemNote's settings, editor features and help documents.