Settings and preferences in Tana.
In the account menu, you'll find your settings. Here you can choose between different states in Tana, like dark mode, always hiding the sidebar, and more. We will place more features here if we know they are special case features that are important for a larger group of users.
To find your settings, click on the user icon in the bottom of the sidebar and then Setting at the top:
You can also access the Settings via the command line:
This will open a new dock with your settings (these will vary based on features you have used in Tana):
Here you can set your Time Zone, Time format, and First day of the week preferences. They represent the account settings, and also your private workspace settings. When you are browsing another workspace with different settings, the times will be adjusted accordingly.
Time Zones use the international standard for setting timezones. See here for the official nomenclature of TZ.
Any custom keyboard shortcuts you have saved will appear here. See here for more on creating custom shortcuts.
These are your global user preferences.
Uncheck if you want completed items to not show up in search results
Make dark mode persistent
Use system light/dark mode setting.
Enables the reference counter indicator when editing references
Shows a daily tip whenever Tana is opened or reloaded. There are a limited amount of these, so once you've seen them all, they will not show again.
There are several URL embeds implemented in Tana: Youtube, Vimeo, Spotify, Figma
Shows reference counter next to nodes that have references (experimental)
Define language when we send voice recordings for transcription
Keeps track of in-app notifications for things like invites
Progress on in-app help and activities, to determine what content to show you
Any custom move targets that belong to this workspace live here
Place to store API keys for different integrations.
It is not possible to change which workspace's day node you open by default; it is fixed to your private workspace's day node.
However, open the sidebar and hold
Option (Mac) or
Alt (Windows) whilst clicking on a workspace in your sidebar to open its day node for today.
While we are in closed beta we are only offering Google and AppleID logins. More options will be added in the future when we are ready to launch to the general public.
You can delete your account by:
Your account will be queued for deletion. You won't have access to Tana anymore after this.
If you want to factory reset your Tana account instead, read up on the instructions to factory-reset your account