Slash commands are quick ways to perform repetitive tasks. 99% of the time this will mean inserting a snippet, but they can also be configured to trigger commands (see Shortcuts).

Invoking a slash command

You can trigger a slash command by typing a / in your text (after some white space) followed by its name (this will auto complete).

Technically, no slash commands ship with SilverBullet directly. However, you can easily add useful ones via Libraries.

Triggering commands with slash commands

To trigger any existing Commands via a slash command, you can configure them as shortcuts, see: Shortcuts.