I used to think the few seconds I save by using keyboard shortcuts are not useful. I mean, what can I do with those few seconds? A lot, it seems A few seconds here and there can add up. And according to Brainscape, you can save up to eight workdays per year! Just by using shortcuts-enough time for a long vacation. Being a social media marketer, you spend a lot of time on the various social media platforms and your favorite social media tools. Often repeating the same actions: Like, reply, and more. Let's help you save your eight precious days every year with these social media keyboard shortcuts.
Top Social Media Keyboard Shortcuts toSave You Time Here're all the social media platforms and tools we'll cover in this blog post. Click on the respective bullet point to jump to the platform or tool you're interested in: Social media platforms [list] [*]Facebook [*]Messenger [*]Twitter [*]LinkedIn [*]Instagram (mobile app shortcuts) [*]Pinterest (mobile app shortcuts) [*]Google+ [*]YouTube [*]Medium [*]Tumblr [/list] Tools [list] [*]Buffer [*]Respond [*]Feedly [*]Pocket [*]Canva [*]Trello [/list] One Keyboard Shortcut to Rule Them All I struggle to remember all the keyboard shortcuts since different platforms and tools tend to have different keyboard shortcuts (even for similar actions such as Liking a post). Fortunately, many platforms and tools have a keyboard shortcut to show all the keyboard shortcuts! If there's one to remember, this is it. ? or Shift + /
Facebook Keyboard Shortcuts Facebook keyboard shortcuts differ by computer operating system and by browser: [list] [*]Chrome for PC: Alt + # [*]Firefox for PC: Shift + Alt + # [*]Internet Explorer for PC: Alt + #, then Enter [*]Chrome, Safari, and Firefox for Mac: Ctrl + Opt + # [/list] Replace # with the following numbers to access the respective features or pages on Facebook. For example, Alt + 1 will bring you to your Facebook home page on Chrome on a PC. 0 Help 1 Home 2 Timeline 3 Friends 4 Inbox 5 Notifications 6 Settings 7 Activity Log 8 About 9 Terms Here're a few more keyboard shortcuts for actions you might regularly take: j or k Scroll down or up between News Feed stories Enter See more of the selected story p Post a new status l Like or unlike the selected story c Comment on the selected story s Share the selected story o Open the link or expand the photo from the selected story / Search To see the full list of keyboard shortcuts, type ? on any Facebook page.
Messenger Keyboard Shortcuts Increasingly, more businesses are using Messenger to provide social customer support. Being able to speed up your workflow allows you to reply your customers faster. The only keyboard shortcut for Messenger seems to this: Opt + Up arrow or Down arrow / Alt + Up arrow or Down arrow Jump to the conversation above or below If you want to enhance your Messenger workflow, Allen Guo has developed a Chrome extension and a Firefox add-on, which adds several useful keyboard shortcuts to the Messenger web app (i.e. messenger.com). Here're two handy ones to know: Opt + Shift + (number) / Alt + Shift + (number) Jump to the X-th conversation from the top (e.g. Opt + Shift + 3 brings you to the third conversation from the top) Opt + Shift + q / Alt + Shift + q Search
Twitter Keyboard Shortcuts Hop to different Twitter pages with these keyboard shortcuts: g + h Home g + n Notifications g + r Mentions g + p Profile g + l Likes g + i Lists g + m Messages g + s Settings g + u Go to user Here're a few more keyboard shortcuts for actions you might regularly take: n Newtweets Cmd + Enter / Ctrl + Enter Sendtweets j or k Next or previous tweet l Like r Reply t Retweet m Direct message Enter Open tweet details o Expand photo / Search To see the full list of keyboard shortcuts, type ? on any Twitter page.
LinkedIn Keyboard Shortcuts It seems that LinkedIn does not have keyboard shortcuts for navigation and actions. But here're two browser shortcuts you can use when commenting on a post: Tab + Enter Add an image Tab + Tab + Enter Post your comment Do you know of any other handy LinkedIn keyboard shortcuts? Share them in the comments.
Decanter's managing director, Sarah Kemp, is to step down later this year after more than two decades at the helm. Sarah Kemp became Decanter's publishing director in 1996.Sarah Kemp has announced that she is to step down from her role as Decanter's managing director at the end of August. She will continue to consult for the publication beyond that period, including on its Fine Wine Encounter events and Decanter World Wine Awards. Kemp has been with Decanter for 31 years. She became publishing director in 1996, a role that evolved to become managing director of the publication within Time Inc UK in 2015. During her time in charge, Kemp has led a re-shaping of Decanter for the modern media age. Kemp was instrumental in the launch of Decanter.com in 2000 and DecanterChina.com in 2012, working with editorial teams to create new platformsalongside the monthly print magazine. She oversaw the launch of the Decanter Fine Wine Encounter in 1997 a franchise that she and the Decanter team expanded to Shanghai for the first time in 2014. She also co-founded the Decanter World Wine Awards with consultant editor Steven Spurrier now the world's largest wine competition. In 2012, Kemp led the creation of the Decanter Asia Wine Awards, working with the awards team to make it the most prestigious wine competition in Asia. Sarah Kemp inspects the transport at Decanter World Wine Awards 2017 judging week with Decanter's Danny Casely at the wheel Credit: Decanter Events and awards were part of a strategy to diversify Decanter's business and cement the publication's position as the bridge between great wine producers and wine lovers; a strategy that others have since sought to emulate. John Stimpfig, Decanter's content director, described Kemp as the female Sir Alex Ferguson of the wine world; a reference to British football's most successful manager. 'On behalf of all staff and contributors, I would like to thank Sarah for leading Decanter with the utmost distinction through her intellectual rigour, professionalism, passion, integrity and humour,' said Stimpfig. 'As anyone who knows Sarah will attest, her love of wine and her love of Decanter have always been inextricably intertwined. As a result, both have benefited immeasurably. She leaves an extraordinary legacy for Decanter to build on going forward.' Sarah Kemp at the inaugural Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter in 2014, with Bordeaux first growth directors at the time: (from left) Jean-Philippe Delmas of Haut-Brion, Christophe Salin of Lafite-Rothschild, Philippe Dhalluin of Mouton Rothschild, Paul Pontallier of Ch. Margaux, who died in 2016, and Frdric Engerer of Latour. For Kemp, the core objective has always been relatively straightforward. At Decanter's 40th birthday party in 2015, she told guests, 'Decanter, from the beginning, has sought to bring together the most authoritative and entertaining writers on wine. From them we learn that it is the pleasure that wine gives that is the most important thing.' Speaking about her departure this week, Kemp said, 'It is now time to hand over the baton. I look forward to seeing Decanter and its brilliant team going from strength to strength, and continuing to delight wine lovers all over the world.' Related stories:
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