Keyboard Shortcuts in Glean
Keyboard shortcuts help you navigate and use Glean super-efficiently ⚡ and with minimal effort 🙌
Below is a full list of current Glean shortcuts to use:
Shortcuts to use while recording
Text note shortcuts:
Use the following shortcuts with focus in the text box:
|Enter||Post your note to the feed|
|Shift + Enter||Start a new line in your text note|
|Up Arrow||Edit the last note you posted|
Shortcuts for adding labels:
Use Quick Actions with focus in the Text Box:
|/h||Mark your note as a heading|
|/i||Give your note an important label|
|/r||Give your note a review label|
|/t||Give your note a task label|
|/image||Add an Image|
|/screenshot||Take a Screenshot (while recording screen audio)|
N.B. To apply labels with these Quick Actions, you must press Space or Enter once you've typed the label shortcut.
Learn more about using Quick Actions.
Lightning Mode ⚡
To use the shortcuts below, first enable Lightning Mode, by clicking the lightning icon next to the “Add note” text box.
|1||Post a Heading|
|2||Post an Important label|
|3||Post a Review label|
|4|| Post a Task label
|5||Add an Image|
|6||Take a Screenshot (while recording screen audio)|
Learn more about using Lightning Mode.
Shortcuts when working with slides:
If you have added slides to your Event, use this shortcut to post the current slide to your Feed as your record:
|Control + Enter|| Post a slide
Shortcuts to use when reviewing:
Use the following shortcut to play and pause audio when you come back to review an Event:
|Control + Space||Play and pause audio|
Using Shortcuts with Screen Readers:
Some Glean shortcuts may be different when using a screen reader.
Screen readers make use of many shortcuts to help navigate an application, which may conflict with shortcuts that Glean itself tries to use.
If you want to type a shortcut in Glean while using a screen reader then you will need to press some extra keys;
|NVDA||Insert + F2|
|JAWS||Caps Lock + 3|
|VoiceOver||Control + Option + Tab|
These keys are the default keys for each screen reader, however they can be configured and changed within the screen reader itself. If you have customised your screen reader then you will need to use the keys you specified to pass the next shortcut through to Glean.
These key combinations must be used before you use the Glean shortcut. For example, to post a slide while using NVDA you must first press “Insert + F2” and then press “CTRL + Enter”.