# Zettelkasten Forum

I just started using The Archive after finding out nvALT (yeah, I know..).

Let's say I have a note named NoteOne and another note named NoteTwo.

In NoteTwo, if I start writing [[Note, it would be really nice if auto completion was offered.

Also, when there is a double bracket link inside a nvALT note, I can simply press CMD-ENTER to follow the link. It doesn't seem to be possible to do that with The Archive. Am I missing a shortcut? It would be very useful to have that feature.

Thanks.

• The autocomplete capability (both to the internal links and to tags) would indeed be great.

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• @pascal said:

Also, when there is a double bracket link inside a nvALT note, I can simply press CMD-ENTER to follow the link. It doesn't seem to be possible to do that with The Archive. Am I missing a shortcut?

Hi Pascal. To clarify - do you want to be able to hit Cmd+Enter when your cursor is inside the link? I guess that would be useful. I use my cursor a lot, so I normally just click on the link but I guess if you are mostly a keyboard person, that key combo would be useful.

• @pascal If you are an Alfred user, you may be interested in a workflow I created which provides an alternate solution.

1. Hit the shortcode to open Alfred
2. Type ar + space and then search for a note
3. Press ⌥ + Enter to paste the wiki link of the note into The Archive

You can also assign a custom hotkey to combine steps 1 and 2 to speed things up even further.

• @pascal That feature is on our radar! Thankfully, folks from the community have chimed in and offer macros/scripts to make the waiting time easier https://forum.zettelkasten.de/discussion/213/the-archive-keyboard-maestro-alfred-macros

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