Keyboard shortcuts on Google Calendar
GOOGLE CALENDAR BASICS
Navigating around a calendar should be fast and easy. For those of you who like to type, we've provided keyboard shortcuts for most of the key functionality.
|k or p||Previous date range||Moves your calendar view to the previous date range|
|j or n||Next date range||Moves your calendar view to the next date range|
|r||Refresh||Refreshes your calendar|
|t||Jump to 'Today'||Moves you to the current day|
|1 or d||'Day' view||Displays your calendar in the 'Day' view|
|2 or w||'Week' view||Displays your calendar in the 'Week' view|
|3 or m||'Month' view||Displays your calendar in the 'Month' view|
|4 or x||'Custom' view||Displays your calendar in the 'Custom' view|
|5 or a||'Agenda' view||Displays your calendar in the 'Agenda' view|
|c||Create event||Allows you to create a new event|
|e||Event details||Allows you to view an event's details|
|Backspace or Delete||Delete event||Deletes the event|
|ctrl + z / command + z or z||Undo||Undo last action (if possible)|
|ctrl + s / command + s||Save||Save event (from event details page)|
|Esc||Escape||Return to calendar grid (from event details page)|
|/||Search||Places your cursor in the search box|
|shift += or +||Add a calendar||Focus on 'Add a calendar' text box under 'Other calendars'|
|q||Quick add||Opens "Quick Add"|
|ctrl + p or command + p||Prints the current view|
|s||Settings||Brings you to your Google Calendar settings page|
|ctrl + ? / command + ? or?||Keyboard shortcuts menu||Brings up a menu of keyboard shortcuts|
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