Gmail is the most widely used web-based email system in the world. If you’re one of the 425 million active users of the service, you probably already know that it has its own set of cool shortcuts, but chances are pretty good that you still don’t know that many Gmail shortcuts. This infographic by Visualeks can help.
A few Gmail shortcuts everyone should know include using “C” to compose a new message, holding “Shift” and “1″ to mark a message as spam, pressing “V” to move a message into a new folder, typing “R” to respond to the message you’re currently reading, and pushing “F” to forward a message. Of course, as this infographic points out, you can’t use any Gmail shortcuts until you turn them on in your email settings menu.
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