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    Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts: The Definitive Guide [Infographic]

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    Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts: The Definitive Guide [Infographic]

    If you're an avid Gmial user, then Gmail keyboard shortcuts come in handy for busy times. Email is still one of the most popular ways to communicate for business and pleasure. It pays to know how to maximize your time with it.

    Inboxes can get out of hand swiftly, and once that happens they're hard to dig through. That's why Aleksander Tsatskin of Visualeks fashioned this amazingly in-depth infographic featuring all the Gmail keyboard shortcuts you could imagine.

    It was only a little over a decade ago that Gmail was launched. It left every other free Webmail service behind. Today over 400 million people use the Gmail program, and that number appears to be growing all the time.

    A recent article in PR Daily had this to say about how Gmail's presence is growing:

    "Last year, TechCrunch reported that the email service is used by “government agencies in 45 states and 66 of the top 100 universities in the U.S. have already gone Google.” More than five million businesses have also 'gone Google.' "

    Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts: Making Life Easier

    It's always a treat to be able to share informative resources like this one. How many of these Gmail keyboard shortcuts do you use already? Chances are some will be familiar to you. Here's hoping you discover more that will make your experience with Gmail even more friendly.

    Enjoy this Gmail keyboard shortcuts infographic. Be sure to share it with anyone you think may find it useful!


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