Like any other sophisticated software, Gmail has a list of keyboard shortcuts which helps its users to use Gmail swiftly and optimally. Gmail shortcuts can help you complete tasks within a fraction of seconds.
There are keyboard shortcuts in Gmail for almost all the important and frequent tasks that one does while using Gmail – from composing and sending an interesting mail, opening emails, deleting emails, closing a mail, searching for certain emails etc.
How to use keyboard shortcuts in Gmail?
It should be noted that most of the keyboard shortcuts are not enabled by default in Gmail and before being able to use these shortcuts and using Gmail through your keyboard, you will have to enable keyboard shortcuts in Gmail. Once you have enabled Gmail shortcuts, you are ready to use any shortcut given below.
How toTurn on keyboard shortcuts
Some keyboard shortcuts only work if you’ve turned them on.
Note: Keyboard shortcuts aren’t supported on all keyboards.
In the top right, click Settings.
Scroll down to the “Keyboard shortcuts” section.
Select Keyboard shortcuts on.
At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.
Shortcuts you can use For You Gmail Account
You can use keyboard shortcuts to navigate your inbox and messages, format text, and complete actions like archiving and deleting.
To see a complete list of keyboard shortcuts, including which need to be turned on, type? when you have Gmail open.
Note: Keyboard shortcuts work differently on PC and Mac computers. On PCs, you’ll use Ctrl instead of ⌘.
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