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Learn Notion Shortcuts for Windows & Mac
Most used Notion Shortcuts
|Action||Notion Shortcut keys Windows||Notion Shortcut keys Mac|
|New page||Ctrl + N||Command + N|
|New Notion window||Ctrl + Shift + N||Command + Shift + N|
|Search/Jump to a recent page||Ctrl + P||Command + P|
|Go back a page||Ctrl + [||Command + [|
|Go forward a page||Ctrl + ]||Command + ]|
|Switch to Dark Mode||Ctrl + Shift + L||Command + Shift + L|
|Move a page to another location||Ctrl + Shift + P||Command + Shift + P|
Creating and Styling Content Shortcuts
|Action||Notion Shortcut keys||Notion Shortcut keys|
|Insert a line of text||Enter||Return|
|Create a line break within a block of a text||Shift + Enter||Shift + Return|
|Create a comment||Ctrl + Shift + M||Command + Shift + M|
|Create a divider||– then – then –||– then – then –|
|Bold text||Ctrl + B||Command + B|
|Italicize text||Ctrl + I||Command + I|
|Strikethrough||Ctrl + Shift + S||Command + Shift + S|
|Add a link||Ctrl + K||Command + K|
|Inline code||Ctrl + E||Command + E|
|Un-indent||Shift + Tab||Shift + Tab|
|Create text||Ctrl + Shift + 0||Command + Shift + 0|
|Create an H1 heading||Ctrl + Shift + 1||Command + Shift + 1|
|Create an H2 heading||Ctrl + Shift + 2||Command + Shift + 2|
|Create an H3 heading||Ctrl + Shift + 3||Command + Shift + 3|
|Create a to-do checkbox||Ctrl + Shift + 4||Command + Shift + 4|
|Create a bulleted list||Ctrl + Shift + 5||Command + Shift + 5|
|Create a numbered list||Ctrl + Shift + 6||Command + Shift + 6|
|Create a toggle list||Ctrl + Shift + 7||Command + Shift + 7|
|Create a code block||Ctrl + Shift + 8||Command + Shift + 8|
|Create a new page or turn the line into a page||Ctrl + Shift + 9||Command + Shift + 9|
Edit & Move Blocks Shortcuts
|Action||Notion Shortcuts Windows||Notion Shortcuts Mac|
|Select the block you’re currently in||Esc||Esc|
|Select the block your cursor is in||Ctrl + A||Command + A|
|Open the selected image in full-screen||Spacebar||Spacebar|
|Select a different block||Arrow keys||Arrow keys|
|Expand your selection up||Shift + Up Arrow key||Shift + Up Arrow key|
|Expand your selection down||Shift + Down Arrow key||Shift + Down Arrow key|
|Select/deselect an entire block||Ctrl + Shift + Left Mouse Click||Command + Shift + Left Mouse Click|
|Duplicate the blocks you’ve selected||Ctrl + D||Command + D|
|Edit text inside the selected block||Enter||Return|
|Open a page inside a page||Enter||Return|
|Edit or change one or more selected blocks||Ctrl + /||Command + /|
|Move selected block||Ctrl + Shift + Arrow keys||Command + Shift + Arrow keys|
|Expand or close all toggles in a toggle list||Ctrl + Alt + T||Command + Option + T|
|Apply the last text or highlight the color you used||Ctrl + Shift + H||Command + Shift + H|
|Modify the current block you’re in||Ctrl + Enter||Command + Return|
How does Notion work?
Notion is a cloud-based platform that you can access through a web browser or through a mobile app. You can create and customize your own workspace by adding different types of pages and databases. You can also use it to collaborate with others by sharing pages and databases and leaving comments and assigning tasks.
Is Notion free to use?
Notion offers a free version that includes basic features such as the ability to create and edit pages and databases, access to a limited number of integrations, and the ability to collaborate with up to five people. There is also a paid version that includes additional features and integrations, such as the ability to embed code blocks, access to a larger number of integrations, and the ability to collaborate with an unlimited number of people.
How does Notion compare to other productivity tools?
Notion is similar to other productivity tools in that it allows you to organize your tasks and notes and collaborate with others. However, it is more versatile than many other tools because it combines features of a to-do list, note-taking, and project management in a single platform. It also allows you to customize the layout and design of your pages and databases and embed content from other websites.
Is Notion secure?
Notion takes security seriously and has implemented a number of measures to protect user data. It uses encrypted connections to protect data in transit, and it stores data in secure servers. It also has security measures in place to prevent unauthorized access to user accounts and data.
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