Along with numerous back-end architectural enhancements, last night we introduced a set of keyboard shortcuts to improve Reviewer efficiency when moving through a large set of documents. A cheat-sheet is available via a link in the upper-right corner of the screen while reviewing documents.
Shortcuts have been made available for the most common coding operations, as well as page & document navigation options.
|Alt + Ctrl + R||Responsive|
|Alt + Ctrl + N||Non-Responsive|
|Alt + Ctrl + F||Requires Follow-Up|
|Alt + Ctrl + P||Privileged|
|Alt + Ctrl + C||Clear Coding|
|Alt + Ctrl + U||Update|
|Alt + Ctrl + Enter||Update & Next|
|Alt + Ctrl + Up Arrow||Previous Page|
|Alt + Ctrl + Down Arrow||Next Page|
|Alt + Ctrl + Left Arrow||Previous Document|
|Alt + Ctrl + Right Arrow||Next Document|
|Alt + Ctrl + H||Show Help Menu|
“Alt + Ctrl”? Why the game of keyboard-Twister? The catch here is that your browser is also “listening” for the keys you’re pressing and reacting to certain special combinations. Some browsers like to react more to “Control”, others “Command”, and others “Alt”. This combination of keys gets us into our own space while using keys that are (on many/most keyboards) located near enough to each other to make the combination practical… with a little practice.
These new options allow you to quickly update a document’s status and move on to the next in the stack.