To-Do List Software for Windows: Get in total control of your tasks and notes!
Learning the keyboard shortcuts can greatly increase your productivity, but it is not necessary to learn these shortcuts in order to use Swift To-Do List.
As you keep using Swift To-Do List over time, you might want to learn some of the keyboard shortcuts for the operations that you do most frequently, to become more efficient.
If you are a new user, then feel free to ignore these shortcuts. You can learn them later - you will be able to easily recognize which of these can save you time then. But if you are a power user, or use keyboard a lot, then read on!
You can find this overview also in Swift To-Do List Help menu, labeled as Hotkey Overview.
There are always multiple ways how to accomplish most of the operations. You can accomplish nearly everything using either mouse or keyboard.
Tip: Swift To-Do List is mouse-wheel aware in most numeric and date controls, so you can often use mouse-wheel to set dates or numbers. This applies especially in the Add/Edit Task Window: eg. when setting Due Date, reminder date and time, Time Estimate or Percent Done and so on.
On this page, you will find:
Swift To-Do List has three global hotkeys that can be configured in Options. These hotkeys are system-wide. By default, they are:
By default, tasks created via global hotkey are added to the current to-do list. But you can also specify this list in File - Options - Hotkeys. This way, you can create an Inbox dedicated to tasks added via global hotkeys.
Most of the general shortcuts are shown upon menu items. There are also some additional shortcuts. The most useful ones are:
These hotkeys apply only when the task-view is selected. Let's begin with the keyboard hotkeys:
Following shortcuts are for collapsing/expanding tasks with subtasks. These keys are on the numeric keypad area. You can also use right/left arrow keys to expand/collapse a selected task.
There are also some very useful mouse shortcuts:
Tree panel hotkeys apply only when the to-do list tree panel is focused.
And mouse shortcuts:
These hotkeys work in all notes panels and also in memos. The date/time hotkeys also work in Task Name in Add/Edit task dialog and other text fields.
These hotkeys and shortcuts work in the reminder window. Reminder window is displayed when a reminder or recurrence notification is triggered. Each reminder has its own tab. Some of these hotkeys apply only when multiple reminders are shown at once.
These hotkeys and shortcuts work in the Add Task and Edit Task windows.
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