If you Command (Mac) or Control (PC) click the Fork button, it will open the newly forked Pen in a new tab in your browser. That’s new behavior. Before, it would open the fork in the same tab, no matter how you click. That was unfortunate, as Cassie called out:
00:32 What was the request?
03:37 Being careful with target=”_blank”
05:14 The whole forking process
07:16 A form for example
08:41 How forks work on a pen
10:47 How did you pass the data?
13:41 It’s behaving like a link
15:29 Sponsor: Notion
17:18 A few issues
20:14 People forking instead of saving
Notion is an incredible organizational tool. Individuals can get a ton out of it, but I find the most benefit in making it a home base for teams. It can replace so many separate tools (documents, meeting notes, todos, kanbans, calendars, etc) that it really becomes the hub of doing work, and everything stays far more organized than disparate tools ever could.
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