Microsoft has just launched a new email service called as Outlook.com. This is different from Hotmail and in fact Outlook.com is built from scratch, which will work separately from Hotmail. So if you want to reserve your username/email address then head over to Outlook.com now and get your email address before somebody else does.
Like other email service providers, Outlook.com also has some keyboard shortcut keys which makes you work faster, without touching the mouse. Here’s a complete list of all the shortcuts.
Outlook.com Keyboard Shortcut Keys
|Open a message||Ctrl+Shift+O|
|Print a message||Ctrl+Shift+P|
|Reply to a message||Ctrl+R|
|Reply to all||Ctrl+Shift+R|
|Forward a message||Ctrl+Shift+F|
|Save message as draft||Ctrl+S|
|Flag a message for follow up||L|
|Categorize a message||C|
|Delete a message||Delete|
|Create a new message||Ctrl+N|
|Send a message||Ctrl+Enter|
|Select all||S then A|
|Deselect all||S then N|
|Go to the inbox||F then I|
|Go to your Drafts folder||F then D|
|Go to your Sent folder||F then S|
|Open the next message||Ctrl+.|
|Open the previous message||Ctrl+,|
|Close a message||Esc|
|Mark a message as junk||Ctrl+Shift+J|
|Mark a message as read||Ctrl+Q|
|Mark a message as unread||Ctrl+U|
|Move to a folder||Ctrl+Shift+V|
Note: To perform some operations, you’ll need to select the message first and then press the shortcut keys.
Go ahead and try using these shortcuts on Outlook.com email service. Not only they are easy to remember, but they’ll also help you to perform various tasks faster.