When you open a database object such as table, view, function, etc, TablePlus uses a tab to show it.
When you open a new database object within the same database:
If the current object is modified, TablePlus will pin it to the current tab and the new object will be opened in a new tab.
If the current object is not modified, the new object will replace the current object in the same tab.
If you want to open a new object and immediately pin it to the current tab, double click on it.
If you want to open the new object in the new tab disregard of the current tab, right click on the object and choose
Open in new tab.
When you have multiple opening tabs, especially with multiple Query Editors, to better differentiate them, you can rename the tab by right clicking on the tab and choose
To open a new empty tab, press
⌘ + T
To close a tab:
Right click on the tab and choose Close tab
Or click on the close button of the tab
Or select to make the tab current and press
⌘ + W
To close all other tabs and leave the selected tab opening, right click on the tab and choose
Close other tabs
To close all tabs on the right of the selected tab, right click on the tab and choose
Close tabs to the right
When you switch to a new database, TablePlus opens it in a new workspace, tabbed in the same window by default.
To open a new database in a new workspace:
⌘ + K and double click on the database name
Or you can use
Open Anything (
⌘ + P, type the database name, select and press Return)
To open a new database in the current workspace, press
⌘ + K, right-click on the database name and select
Open in current workspace. TablePlus will open it and replace the current database.
By default, switching between database of the same connection, TablePlus only uses multiple workspaces in the same working window. To move a current workspace to a new window, navigate to menu
Move Tab to new Window.
When you switch to a new connection, TablePlus opens a new workspace, tabbed in the same window by default.
To open a new connection, press
⌘ + ⇧ + K, then double click on the connect name.
To open another connection in a new window:
⌘ + ⇧ + K, right-click on the connection and select Open in new window
Or you can open a new window by
⌘ + N, then open the new connection.
To move a current workspace to a new window, navigate to menu
Move Tab to new Window.