32 GTDNext Keyboard Shortcuts

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Most used GTDNext Shortcuts

Action GTDNext Shortcut keys
Focus on the right edit window Tab + E
Create new action using Quick Inbox Tab + N
Toggle open/close the Panel on the right Tab + P
Quickly move the selection focus to Projects & Actions on the left Tab + Q
Focus on the center panel Tab + W
Change to Projects & Actions in the left navigation pane Tab + 1
Change to Next Actions in the left navigation pane Tab + 2
Change to Focus in the left navigation pane Tab + 3
Change to the list Inbox list in the left navigation pane Tab + 4
Change to the list Scheduled in the left navigation pane Tab + 5
Change to the list Waiting in the left navigation pane Tab + 6
Change to the list Someday in the left navigation pane Tab + 7

Center Pane Shortcuts

Action GTDNext Shortcuts
Go to the end of the line End
Start a new action at the current level of indent Enter
Cancels completion of a task Ctrl + Shift + Enter
Completes a task Ctrl + Enter
Deletes the current character Delete
Indent Tab
Outdent Shift + Tab
Toggles the task to be on the Focus list Tab + F
Importance – will cycle through the different levels of Priority for the action Tab + I
Attach Link/URL to an action Tab + L
Create a New task Tab + N
Search box Tab + S
Toggles the task to be forced onto the Next Actions list Tab + X
Toggles to enter Notes for the item Shift + Enter
Collapse current project Ctrl + Up Arrow key
Expand current project Ctrl + Down Arrow key
Move item one row up Ctrl + Shift + Up Arrow key
Move item one row down Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow key
Focus on an item Alt + Right Arrow key
Un-zoom and go up a level Alt + Left Arrow key


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  • Ctrl+Enter or Cmd+Enter to add a new task.
  • Ctrl+Shift+Enter or Cmd+Shift+Enter to add a new project.
  • Enter to edit a task or project.
  • Ctrl+D or Cmd+D to delete a task or project.
  • Ctrl+J or Cmd+J to jump to a specific project or tag.
  • Ctrl+K or Cmd+K to focus on the search bar.
  • Ctrl+Shift+C or Cmd+Shift+C to complete a task.
  • Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P to pause a task.
  • Ctrl+Shift+N or Cmd+Shift+N to create a note.” image-1=”” headline-2=”h2″ question-2=”Is there a shortcut for marking a task as complete?” answer-2=”Yes, you can use the Ctrl+Shift+C or Cmd+Shift+C shortcut to mark a task as complete. This shortcut is available when you have a task selected.” image-2=”” count=”3″ html=”true” css_class=””]



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