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11/22/14
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Keveen Efe

Keyboard shortcuts on Google Calendar

GOOGLE CALENDAR BASICS

KEYBOARD SHORT-CUTS ON CALENDAR

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.

Shortcut KeyDefinitionAction
Navigation
k or pPrevious date rangeMoves your calendar view to the previous date range
j or nNext date rangeMoves your calendar view to the next date range
rRefreshRefreshes your calendar
tJump to 'Today'Moves you to the current day
Views
1 or d'Day' viewDisplays your calendar in the 'Day' view
2 or w'Week' viewDisplays your calendar in the 'Week' view
3 or m'Month' viewDisplays your calendar in the 'Month' view
4 or x'Custom' viewDisplays your calendar in the 'Custom' view
5 or a'Agenda' viewDisplays your calendar in the 'Agenda' view
Actions
cCreate eventAllows you to create a new event
eEvent detailsAllows you to view an event's details
Backspace or DeleteDelete eventDeletes the event
ctrl + z / command + z or zUndoUndo last action (if possible)
ctrl + s / command + sSaveSave event (from event details page)
EscEscapeReturn to calendar grid (from event details page)
Application
/SearchPlaces your cursor in the search box
shift += or +Add a calendarFocus on 'Add a calendar' text box under 'Other calendars'
qQuick addOpens "Quick Add"
ctrl + p or command + pPrintPrints the current view
sSettingsBrings you to your Google Calendar settings page
ctrl + ? / command + ? or?Keyboard shortcuts menuBrings up a menu of keyboard shortcuts

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Alice - Community Manager
12/16/14
Alice - Community Manager
Interesting Keveen. Thanks for sharing!
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