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Assuming you mean the first search result, this is already built in to Google! Notice there is already a little ▶ arrow will next to the first search result. Turns out pressing enter after your search will navigate to that first search result automatically – note that you may need to press tab first to set the focus to it. If you don't want ...
When typing with suggest, down arrow to select a query and right arrow to select I'm feeling lucky option. Shortcuts for when you're typing in the search box: enter will search for exactly what you typed in the search box. tab will update the query you’ve typed to match the first prediction. ↓ will highlight the next predicted query and show new ...
Scrolling up and down a page isn't a GMail-specific shortcut but the browser/OS default. You can use Space bar to scroll down but there's no equivalent to scroll up (you have to use the ↑ or Page Up) to do that. If the conversation has multiple long messages, you can use N & P to jump to the beginning of the later/earlier message respectively.
Google is very good about doing redirects with subdomains. Have you tried contacts.google.com?
There is a solution here; http://www.ampercent.com/create-desktop-shortcuts-of-google-docs-documents/6710/ Open the document or spreadsheet in your Google docs account and copy the full URL of the document. Create a new desktop shortcut and type the URL of he document in the shortcuts location. All done, now you have a new shortcut in your ...
Typing s will toggle the star status of the current item. There are a lot of other shortcut descriptions at Google Reader Help FAQ, such as the keys j and k to move up & down the individual items. without opening them. I do not know though how to move the selected item (which is what gets starred) by anything more than 1 at a time. I assume you are ...
Here's a keyboard shortcut: When you are in Gmail, hit g immediately followed by c.
There doesn't appear to be a way to do this other than by scripting. This seems like a good suggestion to put to Amazon though.
I have an icon on my bookmark bar in Chrome that opens up a new note. I use the link: https://www.evernote.com/edit?newNote Works for me!
Maybe something like Pentadactyl/Vimperator (Firefox) or Vimium (Chrome) plugins is something for you?
I quite like http://keyboardr.com/. It's a keyboard(!) based search tool based on Google's search and everything is accessible by keyboard.
You can't quick add a task on the calendar. Only an event or appointment.
This isn't possible for the following reasons: Amazon only allows sorting when you have selected a Department The only review based sorting option available is by Avg. Customer Review There are a few Amazon community threads that have specifically asked for this search ability due to it being available on other sites, but so far no action taken.
I found this one but very hard to remember though... https://www.google.com/contacts/u/0/#contacts Updated Now just go for google.com/contacts
spacebar will do the trick. I often use j and k for navigating between newer/older conversation. n and p for moving between messages. You can see all the shortcuts by pressing ?.
You could build yourself a grease monkey script to handle a key binding or create an extension, but if I were you, I would not waste time on doing so since Google is about to close Google Notebook down. http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/fall-spring-clean.html
If Evernote is running (even in the background), you can use the global hotkey/shortcut Ctrl + Alt + N to switch to Evernote and start a new Note. This works even when on browser is the active window. OK, this is not just one button, but 3 buttons, but you can setup a new global hotkey as well (setup a one-button global hotkey in Windows) See the ...
i use an autohotkey script as quicklaunch shortcut : ; sends Evernote's "new note" keyboard shortcut then exits send ^!n ExitApp
Evernote web clipper information can be found here; http://www.evernote.com/about/download/web_clipper.php Device specific links are here; http://www.evernote.com/about/download/all.php Hope this helps.
Google Drive now lets you "Share" your documents. You can use this to copy the direct URL to your file. Right-click on the document you want to point to and select Share. Copy the URL provided Right-click on your desktop and select 'New' > 'Shortcut' and paste in the copied URL.
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