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The Top 10 Notion Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know

Boost your Notion efficiency with these essential keyboard shortcuts. Whether you're a seasoned user or a newbie, these shortcuts will streamline your workflow. Let's dive in.

  1. Move Text Up or Down: Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + Up/Down Arrow

Use Case: Reorder your text blocks effortlessly, making content organization a breeze.

  1. Bold Text: Cmd/Ctrl + B

Use Case: Emphasize important points or headers in your notes without breaking your typing flow.

  1. Toggle Sidebar: Cmd/Ctrl + \

Use Case: Instantly show or hide the sidebar, allowing for a broader view of your workspace or quick access to your pages, favorites, and workspace settings.

  1. Toggle Dark Mode: Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + L

Use Case: Switch between light and dark themes to suit your preference or working environment.

  1. Search Everything: Cmd/Ctrl + P

Use Case: Find any page, database, or piece of information within your entire Notion workspace.

  1. Select/Highlight Block: Esc

Use Case: Quickly select or highlight a specific block for editing, moving, or applying other actions.

  1. Duplicate Block: Cmd/Ctrl + D

Use Case: Replicate a block of content, perfect for when you're creating templates or repetitive structures.

  1. Delete Block: Cmd/Ctrl + Backspace

Use Case: Clean up your workspace by swiftly removing unwanted blocks.

  1. Open Comment: Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + M

Use Case: Add comments to collaborate with teammates or jot down side notes for yourself.

  1. Navigate to Upper Directory: Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + U

Use Case: Quickly jump to the parent page or directory, streamlining navigation especially in nested page structures.

Mastering these Notion keyboard shortcuts can drastically improve your workflow, allowing you to work smarter, not harder. As you continue to explore Notion, you'll find even more shortcuts and tricks to enhance your productivity. Happy Notion-ing!