Type in any plain text format you care to.
The 'name' of a page is its first line.
Press Shift-ENTER with the cursor (caret) inside a word
to link to the page whose name matches the word.
If you are looking at a stored page,
you'll see its name in the pink button to the left.
If you switch to a page that doesn't yet exist,
a new page will be prepared for you.
As you create pages, blue buttons will appear to the left.
keywiki automatically searches and shows you all the pages
that contain the name (first line) of the page,
anywhere in their text.
Click on a button to switch to the page.
Your work is saved whenever you switch pages.
Everything is stored inside your browser,
nothing goes to the internet.
To delete a page, remove all its content.
characters are counted as part of the current word
as well as alphanumeric characters.
To link to a page with multiple words in its first line,
join the words with underscores in the link.
Keywiki counts underscores as part of a word,
but will treat them as spaces when looking for the linked page,
so 'my_new_page' will link to the page 'my new page'.
Page searches are not case sensitive.
You can also use CamelCase to provide multi-word titles.
The "Enter" button acts like pressing Shift-ENTER
for touch screens.
To export a snapshot of the pages in the wiki in JSON format,
To export the complete database, including every modification of each page,
If you're getting irrelevant pages showing up in the sidebar,
or if the search is getting slow,
Keywiki archives all the old versions of each page.
If you want to remove all the archived pages,
If you no longer want this browser to keep any keywiki data,