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Any shortcut shortcut for Windows, Mac and the Web



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Start your team communications with the right key combination combinations. You can use these to check the Slack interface, format messages and quickly find the content you need. Become a Slack expert with these familiar, functional hotkeys for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Slack shortcuts for Windows and Linux

Slack shortcuts for Windows are the same as for Linux. Here is a good cheat sheet that you keep nearby. Some of these are only available in the Windows desktop app and not Slack's web application, but most work on both.

Navigation

You can use the following hot keys to navigate Slack on Windows or Linux:

  • Go to conversation: Ctrl + K
  • Go to instant messaging (DM): Ctrl + Shift + K
  • Go to channels: Ctrl + Shift + L
  • Go to Names: Ctrl + Shift + M (desktop app only)
  • Go to People: Ctrl + Shift + E
  • Go to Saved Items: Ctrl + Shift + S
  • Go to next Section: F6
  • Go to previous section : Shift + F6
  • Go to next unread: Alt + Shift + Down
  • Go to previous unread: Alt + Shift + Up
  • Go to next channel / DM: Alt + right
  • Go to previous channel / DM: Alt + left
  • Go to next workspace: Ctrl + Tab (Windows), Ctrl +] (Linux)
  • Go to previous ar bet surface: Ctrl + Shift + Tab (Windows), Ct rl + Shift + [(Linux)
  • Go to a specific workspace: Ctrl + [number under workspace icon] (Desktop app only) [1
    9659008] Go to channel info: Ctrl + Shift + I
  • Go to new message: Ctrl + N
  • Go to Settings: Ctrl +, (desktop app only)
  • Go to threads: Ctrl + Shift + T (Desktop app only) [19659008] Toggle right box: Ctrl +.
  • Toggle full screen view: Ctrl + Shift + F
  • Search current channel / conversation: Ctrl + F
  • Go to previous search: Ctrl + G

All unread [19659006] The Slack desktop app has a window that shows all unread content in DMs and channels. To disable this feature, click on the workspace name in the top left. Then go to Settings> Sidebar> View all unread and uncheck the box next to this option.

You can use the following hotkeys to open and navigate this menu:

  • Toggle all unread view: Ctrl + Shift + A
  • Mark message as unread: Alt + Left click [19659008] Move between messages: Up or down arrows
  • Open or collapse channels: Left or right arrows

Select messages

You can use the following hotkeys to select messages:

  • Select all messages in current channel / DM Read : Esc
  • Mark all messages as read : Shift + Esc
  • Set message as oldest unread : Alt + left click (Windows), Ctrl + Alt + left click (Linux)

Message Action

The following hotkeys apply only when you select a message:

  • Edit message: E
  • Add emoji: R
  • Open thread: T ell your right arrow
  • Pin or Unpin message: P
  • Sha re: S
  • Save or deselect message: A
  • Select unread: U
  • Delete message: Delete

Format messages

You can use the following hotkeys to format messages:

  • Edit the latest message: Ctrl + Up
  • Select text at the beginning of the current row: Shift + up
  • Select text to end of current row: Shift + Down
  • Insert return: Shift + Enter
  • Add emoji: Ctrl + Shift + [19659008] Bold: Ctrl + B
  • Italic: Ctrl + I
  • Review: Ctrl + Shift + X
  • Quote selected text: Ctrl + Shift + 9 [19659008] Code selected text: Ctrl + Shift + C
  • Code block selected text: Ctrl + Alt + Shift + C
  • Create numbered list: [1 9459012] Ctrl + Shift + 7
  • Create bulleted list: Ctrl + Shift + 8
  • Use formatting for selection text: Ctrl + Shift + F
  • Undo messaging e-formatting: Ctrl + Z

Files

You can use the following keyboard shortcuts with files:

  • Upload file: Ctrl + U
  • Create code: Ctrl + Shift + Enter [19659029] During a call

    You can use the following hot keys while on a call:

    • Toggle Mute: M
    • Switch video: V
    • Open Invites: + or A
    • View and select an emoji: E + (select 1-9)

    Slack hot keys on Mac

    You can refer to this cheat sheet with hot keys while on your Mac. Note, however, that a few are only available on the Mac desktop application and not on the site.

    Navigation

    You can use the following hotkeys to navigate Slack on a Mac:

    • Go to Conversation: Cmd + K
    • Go to Instant Messaging (DM): Cmd + Shift + K
    • Go to channels: Cmd + Shift + L
    • Go to Mentions: Cmd + Shift + M (Desktop app only)
    • Go to People: Cmd + Shift + E
    • Go to Saved Items: Cmd + Shift + S
    • Go to next section: F6
    • Go to previous section: Shift + F6
    • Go to next unread: Option + Shift + Down
    • Go to previous unread: Option + Shift + Up
    • Go to next channel / DM: Cmd + [
    • Go to previous Channel / DM: Cmd +]
    • Go to next workspace: Cmd + Shift +]
    • Go to previous workspace: Cmd + Shift + [
    • Go to a specific workspace: Cmd + [number under workspace icon] (Des ktop app only)
    • Go to channel info: Cmd + Shift + I
    • Go to new message : Cmd + N
    • Go to Settings: Cmd +, (Desktop app only)
    • Go to threads: Cmd + Shift + T (desktop app only)
    • Switch right pane: Cmd +.
    • Toggle full screen view: Ctrl + Shift + F
    • Search current channel / conversation: Cmd + F
    • Go to previous search: Cmd + G

    All unread [19659006] In Slack, you can see all your unread messages in a convenient window. To disable this window, select the workspace name in the top left. Then click Settings> Sidebar> View all unread. Make sure the check box next to this option is unchecked.

    You can use these shortcuts to quickly navigate this menu:

    • Toggle all unread view: Cmd + Shift + A
    • Mark message as unread: Option + Left click [19659008] Move between messages: Up or down arrow
    • Open or collapse channels: Left or right arrow

    Selection messages

    You can use the following hotkeys to select messages:

    • Select all messages in current channel / DM Read: Esc
    • Mark all messages as read: Shift + Esc
    • Set message as oldest unread: Option + click [19659030] Message Actions

      You can only use these hot keys when a message is selected:

      • Edit message: E
      • Add emoji: R
      • Open thread: T or right arrow
      • Attach or your redeemed message: P
      • Share: S
      • Save or deselect message: A
      • Mark unread: U [19659008] Delete message: Delete [19659029] Format messages

        You can use the following hotkeys to format messages:

        • Edit last message: Cmd + Up
        • Select text at the beginning of the current row: Shift + Up
        • Select text for end of current line: Shift + Down
        • Insert return: Shift + Enter
        • Add emoji: Cmd + Shift + [19659008] Bold: Cmd + B
        • Italic: Cmd + I
        • Review: Cmd + Shift + X
        • Quote selected text: Cmd + Shift + 9
        • Code selected text: Cmd + Shift + C
        • Code block selected text: Cmd + Alt + Shift + C
        • Create numbered list: Cmd + Shift + 7 [19659008] Create bulleted list: Cmd + Shift + 8
        • Apply formatting to markdown t ext: Cmd + Shift + F
        • Undo message formatting: Cmd + Z

        Files

        You can use the following keyboard shortcuts with files:

        • Upload file: Cmd + U
        • Create code snippet: Cmd + Shift + Enter

        During a call

        You can use the following hot keys while on call:

        • Switch Mute: M
        • Switch Video: V
        • Open Invitations: + or A
        • View and select an Emoji: E + (select 1-9)

        Troubleshooting Slack's Non-Customizable Hot Keys

        Although Slack does not currently allow you to customize hotkeys, it plans to add this feature in the future. If you have problems with some keyboard shortcuts, try changing the keyboard layout. To do so, click on the workspace name in the top left, then select "Preferences."

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        Under the "Language and region" tab, click the "Keyboard Layout" drop-down menu to select another option.

        This option appears only if Slack has difficulty detecting your keyboard. If you still have problems, make sure the correct language is selected in the "Language and region" tab.


        Fortunately, most of these hot keys connect to the common combinations used in most apps and operating systems. Just be careful that muscle memory plays tricks on you if you switch from a Windows or Linux machine to a Mac.


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