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When I get a meeting (appointment) invitation in my GMail inbox from another Google Apps user, there are links embedded in the message that I can use to indicate my meeting attendance: "Going? Yes - Maybe - No"

Are there keyboard shortcuts that I can use to activate each of these links ("Yes", "Maybe", "No")?

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Did you try pressing the ? while on Gmail? It shows all the Gmails shortcuts – elunicotomas Jul 16 '12 at 20:54
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I'm quite sure there aren't any specific ones. The ones you could use are tab and enter.

The only e-mails in which Gmail offers specific hotkeys are the Google+ "e-mails" that are actually Google+ posts in Gmail.

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Thanks. I did try using Tab, but it took a lot of presses of the Tab key to get the focus all the way over to the Yes / Maybe / No links! – Jon Schneider Jun 25 '12 at 19:49

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