10 Gmail Shortcuts
Check out these great shortcuts in Gmail via Mashable. Here they are, all in one location….
Press Shift + C to compose a new message in a new window.
2. Scroll Up & Down
Scroll between messages in your inbox by pressing K and J to access newer and older emails, respectively.
(The tiny blue bar to the right of the arrow indicates the highlighted message.)
3. Select a Message
As you’re scrolling through your inbox, select a message by hitting X. From there, you can perform a variety of functions, such as archiving, labeling, etc.
4. Move Between Conversations
When you’re in an email thread, type N and P to move among newer and older conversations. Hit O or Enter to expand a conversation.
(The blue bar to the right of the arrow indicates the highlighted conversation.)
When you’re in an email, simply press E to archive. If there’s already a label applied, the email will archive into that folder.
6. Reply & Forward
When viewing an email, hit R to reply, A to reply all, or F to forward.
7. Save Draft
If you’re in the middle of composing a message and want to save for later, type Ctrl + S to save as a draft.
To move a message to the trash, type #
9. Label or Move
Whether you’re within a message or have selected the message from your inbox, type L to label. A drop-down box of folders will appear. Either select one, or type the folder name to search.
10. Mark as Read or Unread
Once you’ve selected a message, either type Shift + I to mark as read or Shift + U to mark as unread
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