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Keyboard Shortcut Completeness - Never use your mouse

LI

Hi!


I am one of those programmers that is so used to navigate entire windows without ever using my mouse. It's very fast for me and I basically have my mouse there for redundancy.
I checked the available keyboard shortcuts and I have to say I am disappointed.

Could we please get an extended shortcut list. What I mean by extended is that I can use it entirely without ever touching my mouse.

I would love you for this. Currently you guys made the best todo app out there, but this aspect is detrimental to say the least.


Get back to me,
-Loop

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David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 12, 2013 - 06:44

Hello Loop,

Thank you for your feedback, we would greatly appreciate if you could let us know what shortcuts you're missing in Todoist.

Right now, to perform most tasks without a mouse, you can:
- Hit / to get to the search box
- Type #projectname to enter a project
- Use "a" to open the task adding window
- Indent it with Ctrl+RightArrow
- Set a priority label and reminder right away by typing: "Call Andy @phonecalls !p2 <remind tod at 2pm>" within the task name
- Use Ctrl+Q for quick task adding
...and more.

Let us know what other shortcuts you would like to see or add your suggestions to this request in our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/154/


Best regards.
David

LI
Lupuleasa I
Replied on Nov 13, 2013 - 02:50

Replied http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/154/#comment_3410

NH
Neil Hinrichsen premium
Replied on Mar 09, 2014 - 10:49

It is intensely irritating that ToDoist only has ONE scrollbar for both Projects and Tasks!

If I want to go through all my projects to look at their tasks, after looking at each project I have to scroll down again, to select the next project. Over and over and over...

For pity's sake either:

-have separate scrollbars for projects and tasks (first prize), or
- have a keyboard shortcut to move to the next project (a distant second prize)