**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. If you need to create a new line, press **Shift + Enter**.

Press **Enter** to save the equation.

## Using the insert menu

Move your cursor to a new empty line.

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

Select **Equation**.

Type or paste your equation. If you need to create a new line, press **Shift + Enter**.

Press **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 in which you'd like to add an equation block.

Type **/ **at the beginning of an empty line.

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

Type or paste your equation. If you need to create a new line, press **Shift + Enter**.

Press **Enter** to save the equation.

## Using the insert menu

Move your cursor to a new empty line.

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

Select **Equation block**.

Type or paste your equation. If you need to create a new line, press **Shift + Enter**.

Press **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.

Make the desired changes to the equation. If you need to create a new line, press **Shift + Enter**.

Press **Enter** to save the equation.