Hi,I have a little problem while defining keyboard shortcuts - I am not able to use "Windows" key. :-(
Hi Andrzej, How are you defining keyboard shortcuts? There is a set of pre defined keyboard shortcuts available and the Window's key is not one of them. You can read about them here: https://todoist.com/Help/viewHelpAre you using our desktop app or the Web version? What are you trying to accomplish with this shortcut? Thanks, Brendon.
I am talking about the Windows app of course. :-)I would like to assign Win+T shortcut for quick adding a task (e.g. for Evernote I have Win+N for adding new note). Is it possible?
We don't have the ability to add your own shortcuts at the moment.You can vote on this in our Votebox if you'd like: http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/154/Thanks, Brendon.
Hello Andrzej,It should indeed be possible to configure the keyboard shortcuts and I can confirm that the Win key can't be used. I will pass this issue to the developers, but please tell me - what version of Windows are you using?Best regards,David
Hi David,I am using Windows 7 64bit + SP1.
Hello Andrzej,In general, it's not recommended to use the Windows key as it's bound to many system-related functions, but we've made a new version of the app which should allow to use this key as a shortcut: https://d2dq6e731uoz0t.cloudfront.net/0759b8fb4bef4073670fe318cb0c2b99/as/Todoist_for_Windows.RC.exe Please let us know if you experience any issues with it.Best regards,David
Hi,it works perfectly. Thank you very much!But is it possible to configure only 2-keys shortcuts instead of 3-keys? For example, I would like to assign Win+T for quick adding a task and now it's not possible (so I had to use CTRL+Win+T).Best regards,Andrzej
Andrzej,It is possible to set 2-key shortcuts except for Win being one of them. Unfortunately, this is a special key overridden by the system in many cases and it may not be possible to allow Win+key as a global shortcut for our app, but you could use Ctrl+T or Alt+T.Best regards,David
OK. I thought that it is possible, because Evernote (for example) has the ability to set 2-key shortcuts (with Win key).