There are many ways to copy and paste content in and out of Tana
You can paste code from your clipboard via the "Paste as code" command, and it will be shown as a monospaced block. Select the language from the dropdown to get the correct syntax highlighting.
Copy-pasting cells from a Google Sheet will appear as a table in Tana.
If you copy Tana Paste code and paste it in Tana, it will run a special process which will convert the Tana Paste code as Tana objects. Go here to read more about Tana Paste.
Copy-pasting content is the fastest way of getting data out of Tana.
Select the content you want to copy, then hit Cmd/Ctrl+C. To paste, Cmd/Ctrl+V either in Tana (will create references) or elsewhere.
Via the command line (Cmd/Ctrl+K) there are various flavors of copy available to you.
Copies the selected content in plain text format
Copies the selected content in Tana Paste format
Copies the selected content in plain markdown format
Renders a HTML page of the selected content that you can copy the HTML of, or save as a HTML file.
To learn more about this, read here.
Thanks to community member Michael Sklar for the FAQ idea!