Right click on the tree name in the left-sidebar, and then click "Delete Tree"
At the moment, you'll have to insert them manually by providing a URL, like this:
To get a link like that from a DropBox image, for example, you need to create a link and the add
?raw=1to the end of it (otherwise you're linking to a preview page, rather than the image itself):
Sorry, I know it's a lot of steps at the moment!
-->. Everything between those two symbols in any card will be hidden when you print/export.
Gingko Writer doesn't support collaboration yet. If this is a needed feature, you can still use the legacy https://gingkoapp.com version for collaboration and tree-sharing.
I am looking forward to adding collaboration to Gingko Writer, but I don't have an estimate on how long it'll take me. I won't disable the old version until well after collaboration is added to the new one though.
Gingko Writer doesn't support LaTeX yet. If this is a needed feature, you can still use the legacy https://gingkoapp.com version for LaTeX documents.
I am looking forward to adding LaTeX to Gingko Writer, but I don't have an estimate on how long it'll take me. I won't disable the old version until well after it's is added to the new one though.
Simply right-click on the tree you want to use as a template, and then click "Duplicate Tree":
If you're using Grammarly, then you may experience doubled-up text in Gingko Writer. This issue comes and goes with different versions of Grammarly, so if it's happening to you, you might have to disable Grammarly on gingkowriter.com for a time, by following these instructions: