Keyboard Shortcuts for Calendar, Reminders, and Notes on Mac

Cmd + N Add new event Option + Cmd + N Add new calendar Shift + Cmd + N Add new calendar group Option + Cmd + S Add new calendar subscription Cmd + F Highlight search box to search for events Cmd + 1 Switch to Day view Cmd + 2 Switch to Week view Cmd + 3 Switch to Month view Cmd + 4 Switch to Year view Cmd + Right Arrow Go to next day, week, month, or year Cmd + Left Arrow Go to previous day, week, month, or year Cmd + T Switch to today’s date Shift + Cmd + T Open popup for switching to specific date Cmd + + (Plus) Increase text size Cmd + – (Minus) Decrease text size Cmd + R Refresh all calendars Cmd + E Edit selected event Esc (when event is open) Close event editor without saving changes Return (when event is open) Commit changes to event and close event editor Cmd + I Show Info popup for selected event(s) ¹Option + Cmd + I Show Inspector popup for selected event Arrow Keys Select event (if available) in adjacent row/column in relevant direction Control + Option + Up Arrow Day/Week View: Move selected event 15 minutes earlier
Month View: Move selected event one week earlier Control + Option + Down Arrow Day/Week View: Move selected event 15 minutes later
Month View: Move selected event one week later Control + Option + Right Arrow Day/Week/Month View: Move selected event one day later Control + Option + Left Arrow Day/Week/Month View: Move selected event one day earlier Shift + Cmd + A Toggle Availability panel Reminders Cmd + N Create new reminder Shift + Cmd + N Create new list ²Cmd + ] Indent reminder to create subtask ²Cmd + [ Outdent reminder Cmd + E Show all subtasks Shift + Cmd + E Hide all subtasks ³Cmd + I Show Info popup for selected reminder Cmd + F Highlight search box to search for reminders ²Shift + Cmd + F Set/clear flag for selected reminder(s) Control + Cmd + S Toggle sidebar Notes Cmd + N Create new note Shift + Cmd + N Create new folder Shift + Cmd + A Open dialog for attaching file Cmd + K Create link Cmd + F Highlight search box to search current note Cmd + G Highlight next search result in current note Shift + Cmd + G Highlight previous search result in current note Option + Cmd + F Highlight search box to search all notes Shift + Cmd + T Apply Title format Shift + Cmd + H Apply Heading format Shift + Cmd + J Apply Subheading format Shift + Cmd + B Apply Body format Shift + Cmd + M Apply Monospaced format Shift + Cmd + L Apply Checklist format Shift + Cmd + U Mark selected checklist items as checked/unchecked Control + Cmd + Up Arrow Move current list/checklist item up in list Control + Cmd + Down Arrow Move current list/checklist item down in list Cmd + B Emphasize selected text Cmd + I Italicize selected text Cmd + U Underline selected text Cmd + + (Plus) Increase size of selected text Cmd + – (Minus) Decrease size of selected text Cmd + Shift + [ Align selected text flush left Cmd + Shift + Center selected text Cmd + Shift + ] Align selected text flush right Cmd + [ Decrease indent level of selected content or line where cursor is placed Cmd + ] Increase indent level of selected content or line where cursor is placed Control + Return Add line break (soft return) to list/checklist item Option + Tab Insert tab character in list item Option + Cmd + C Copy style of selection Option + Cmd + V Paste copied style to selection Cmd + T Show Fonts window Shift + Cmd + C Show Colors window Option + Cmd + T Create table ⁴Return Move cursor to row below Tab Move focus to next cell on right Shift + Tab Move focus to next cell on left Shift + Left/Right Arrow Select cells one by one in relevant direction current row Shift + Up/Down Arrow Select cells one by one in relevant direction in current column Option + Return Add new paragraph in current cell Option + Tab Add tab character in current cell Option + Cmd + Up Arrow Add new row above current row Option + Cmd + Down Arrow Add new row below current row Option + Cmd + Right Arrow Add new column to right of current column Option + Cmd + Left Arrow Add new column to left of current column Cmd + 0 Show main Notes window Cmd + 1 Switch to List view for notes Cmd + 2 Switch to Gallery view for notes Cmd + 3 Switch to Attachments Browser Return (when note is selected in List view or Gallery view) Open or switch focus to selected note to begin typing Cmd + Return Open or switch focus from current note content to previous notes view i.e. List view or Gallery view Option+ Cmd + S Toggle Folders sidebar Shift + Cmd + . (Period) Zoom in on note content Shift + Cmd + , (Comma) Zoom out of note content Shift + Cmd + 0 Change note content to default size ⁵Cmd + A (When cursor is in table) Select content of active cell OR
Select table if active cell is empty Common Shortcuts Cmd + Z Undo previous action Shift + Cmd + Z Reverse undo Cmd + X Cut selected item Cmd + C Copy selected item Cmd + V Paste cut/copied item Delete Delete selected item Cmd + A Select all items Cmd + P Open Print dialog Cmd + , (Comma) Open app preferences Control + Cmd + F Toggle Full Screen mode Cmd + M Minimize window Option + Cmd + M Minimize all windows of current app ⁶Cmd + W Close current window Option + Cmd + W Close all windows of current app Cmd + H Hide current app Option + Cmd + H Hide all apps except current app Cmd + Q Quit app ¹Shortcut does not work with multiple events, but if you switch between events when Inspector is active, its contents are updated accordingly.

²Shortcut may not be available if iCloud is not enabled.

³If multiple reminders are selected, Info popup for last selected reminder is displayed.

⁴If cursor is in last row, shortcut adds new row to table.

⁵When active cell is populated, press shortcut twice to select table.

⁶In Reminders and Notes, shortcut quits app after closing window.

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