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GMail: add CC/BCC field in Compose/Reply using keyboard

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/03

Ever wondered how to add a CC or BCC address during a compose or reply using GMail without using the mouse?

Me too, and I’m glad to have found this online in the Keyboard shortcuts – Gmail Help:

Shortcut Key Definition Action
Ctrl + Enter
Mac: + Enter
Send message After composing your message, use this combination to send it.
Ctrl + .
Mac: + .
Advance to next window Use this shortcut to move the cursor to the next chat or compose window, or to the main window.
Ctrl + ,
Mac: + ,
Go to previous window Use this shortcut to move the cursor to the previous chat or compose window, or to the main window.
Ctrl + Shift + c
Mac: + Shift + c
Add Cc recipients While composing, takes you to the Cc field to add new recipients.
Ctrl + Shift + b
Mac: + Shift + b
Add Bcc recipients While composing, takes you to the Bcc field to add new blind recipients.
Ctrl + Shift + f
Mac: + Shift + f
Change “from” address While composing, takes you to the From field to change your sending address. This shortcut only works if you have configured additional sending addresses.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “GMail: add CC/BCC field in Compose/Reply using keyboard”

  1. Rick said

    It’s 2014 and you’re still using email?!

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