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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.
I recommend using Google Chrome as a browser for this (I do not know if it'll work with IE, Firefox, or any other). To create a shortcut for any file in your Drive to your desktop is to simply open the file, then click on the button at the top right of the page (1), and scroll down to "More Tools" (2). You'll see the option "Create Application Shortcuts" ...
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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