**Who can use this feature?**

🔐 Only workspace editors can use equations.

⭐️ Available on free and paid plans.

Nuclino uses the KaTeX library to render mathematical equations and characters. KaTeX supports a large subset of LaTeX functions.

An equation can be added:

$iℏ∂t∂ Ψ(x,t)=[−2mℏ_{2} ∂x_{2}∂_{2} +V(x,t)]Ψ(x,t)$

# To add an equation inline

## Using the slash command

Open the item in which you'd like to add an equation.

Type **/ **inside a paragraph.

Select **Equation **(type to filter your options).

Type or paste your equation.

Press **Ctrl/Cmd + Enter** to save the equation.

## Using the insert menu

Click on an empty line or create a new one.

Click on the **insert button** (the red **+** icon).

Select **Equation**.

Type or paste your equation.

Press **Ctrl/Cmd + Enter** to save the equation.

## Using a keyboard shortcut

Type **$$** inside a paragraph.

Type or paste your equation.

Type **$$** at the end of the equation to render it.

For example, **$$**E=mc^2**$$** becomes $E=mc_{2}$.

# To add an equation as a block

## Using the slash command

Open the item you'd like to add an equation block to.

Click on an empty line or create a new one.

Type **/**.

Select **Equation block **(type to filter your options).

Type or paste your equation.

Press **Ctrl/Cmd + Enter** to save the equation.

## Using the insert menu

Open the item you'd like to add an equation block to.

Click on an empty line or create a new one.

Click on the **insert button** (the red **+** icon).

Select **Equation block**.

Type or paste your equation.

Press **Ctrl/Cmd + Enter** to save the equation.

# To edit an equation

Open the item which contains the equation you'd like to edit.

Click on the equation to select it.

Change the equation.

Press **Ctrl/Cmd + Enter** to save the equation.