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Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts are available for all accounts and all license types.

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Overview

Use keyboard shortcuts in the Workspace to get work done faster. Available shortcuts are listed below.

Available Shortcuts

Please note, Mac users should use the Control key on their keyboard instead of the Alt key.

Shortcut Function
Alt+Shift+N creates a new task
Shift+Left Click creates a new task on the Workload View
Alt+Shift+S places your cursor in the search box so that you can begin typing
Alt+Shift+O opens the task you are currently looking at in a new tab
Alt+Shift+F opens the task you are currently looking at in fullscreen mode, or exits fullscreen mode if you are already in it
Alt+Shift+Enter changes the task’s status from completed to active or vice versa
Alt+Shift+X closes the Task View panel
Up arrow or K on the List View, selects the task above the task you currently have selected
Down arrow or J on the List View, selects the task below the task you currently have selected
Left arrow Collapse a subtask list on the List View
Right arrow Expands a subtask list on the List View
Alt+Shift+D on the List View, opens the Folder picker
Alt+Shift+C on the List View, moves the cursor to the comment section
Alt+Shift+? opens a list of available keyboard shortcuts
Enter or Ctrl (Cmd) + Enter depending on what you specified in your Profile settings posts a comment (before using this shortcut: first click in the comment section and type your comment)
Shift+Enter inserts a line break
Ctrl+Shift+E
Opens a list of recent tasks
Right arrow Expands a subtask list on the List View
Ctrl+Enter
Allows you to edit currently selected task's title on the List View
Ctrl (Cmd) + B
Makes text in a description or comment field bold
Ctrl (Cmd) + I Makes text in a description or comment field italic

Gantt Chart Shortcuts

Shortcut Function
a number, ex: 16 that date for the current month
t today's date
y yesterday's date
tom  tomorrow's date
Alt+Shift+Click Creates a new task
Ctrl + [ Moves a task one level up in task hierarchy (ex: subtask to task) 
Ctrl + ] Moves a task one level down in task hierarchy (ex: task to subtask)
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