Command Line Interface

  1. Open View → Command Palette... p and search for "Install global `nota` CLI..."
    • If you are on Big Sur there is a chance that the app will prompt you for administrator privileges. We understand this isn't great and we plan to do the same thing Brew did – install the script at another location.
  2. Go to the terminal and open a file via nota path/to/file or open a workspace via nota path/to/folder.

Execute nota . to open the current directory as a workspace.