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When focused on the empty message input field, press ↑ to start navigating between individual messages.
When focused on a message, press Tab to scroll through links, attachments, etc. or use contextual one-key shortcuts to take actions (like editing, replying, or sharing) quickly.
Navigate message threads
When focused on the empty message input field, press ↑ or ↓ to choose a message to view.
Press → to open the thread. Then use these keys to get around:
• Page up or Page down to move up or down. • Home to get to the original message. • End to move focus to the message input field and reply.
Navigate unread messages
Press ⌘ShiftA (Mac) or CtrlShiftA (Windows/Linux) to open the All unreads view, then use these keys to review your unread messages:
↑ or ↓ to move between individual messages.
OptionClick (Mac) or AltClick (Windows/Linux) to mark a single message as unread.
← or → to expand or collapse a group of messages.
Esc to mark a group of messages as unread.
Set your ↑ up arrow key preference
By default, pressing the ↑ up arrow key from an empty message field will move focus to the last message in a conversation. You can adjust your preferences to have this keyboard shortcut edit the last message you sent instead:
From your desktop, click your profile picture in the top right and select Preferences from the menu. Or press ⌘, (Mac) or Ctrl, (Windows/Linux) to open Preferences.
Under Keyboard, select an option.
With either option, you can press ⌘↑ (Mac) or Ctrl↑ (Windows/Linux) to edit your last message in the conversation you’re viewing.
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