Open External Files
Sometimes you need to open a file that isn't part of your current workspace. You can do that by:
- Using File → Open... ⌘o.
- Dragging and dropping the file onto the editor.
- Dragging and dropping onto the dock icon.
- Using the command line interface.
- Finding it in Finder and double-clicking it (only if the default application for
.mdfiles is Nota).
Once you have opened an external file, it will show in the File → Quick Open... ⌘p dialog.