I noticed that some keybindings have a different standard shortcut than in Emacs. For consistency (and to re-use or train muscle memory), imo it's good to have the defaults set the same as in Emacs. Some keybindings are even shorter than what org-web proposed before as default (
ctrl+shift+- to undo unstead of
ctrl+/ or moving headers around).
Some of the keybindings also don't work (on non-Macs) as they are caught by the system. For example
ctrl+t are shortcuts that are already assigned to the browser in Linux and Windows.
I have created a PR to set the default keybindings to the defaults from Emacs: DanielDe/org-web#67
Hi @Ally-B, thanks so much, I'm really glad you find it useful!
I've not heard of Sync - is that the same thing as SyncThing? That one is already on the list here: DanielDe/org-web#5
Regarding reminders, no, this isn't currently possible. I'd love something like that too, but this isn't possible for web apps on iOS (which is what I use), so I haven't even attempted it. It sounds like something that might be possible on Android, but unfortunately I won't find the time to build that for quite a while.
Yeah, there are some basic keyboard shortcuts (though not all of them work super reliably due to interactions with other keybindings). You can also customize them.
Click the settings/cog icon in the upper right hand corner and then click "Keyboard shortcuts" to see a list and modify them
@sachinmaiya that should be fixed now! Changes are being deployed now and should be visible within a minute or two.
It looks like on desktop browsers the textfield was being dismissed due to the textfield losing focus before the button could be clicked. And when the textfield was dismissed, the button disappeared too, and then there was nothing to click on! Not sure why there was different behavior on desktop vs. mobile.