The Zoom app is a breeze to use on iPhone and iPad. But if you have it on your computer, it’s handy to know some Zoom keyboard shortcuts for Mac. These shortcuts help enhance your productivity by providing quick ways to do common actions such as joining or ending a meeting, muting or unmuting audio, and more. Let’s check out the complete list.
Shortcuts make your professional life easier as you can quickly conduct tasks. Impress your immediate superior with your newfound skills on Zoom.
Create the Custom Keyboard Shortcut. Next, open System Preferences, and go to Keyboard - Shortcuts - App Shortcuts. Click on the Plus icon, and select “Google Chrome” in the “Application” drop down menu. Type the exact name of the option you want to create a shortcut for. In my case, I’ll type “Open all Bookmarks“. BetterTouchTool: Turn Your Trackpad Gestures into Hotkeys. BetterTouchTool lets you map trackpad gestures to system actions, including custom keyboard shortcuts. Its core functionality is simple: select an app to configure (or “Global” for all apps), add a gesture, and then tell it what you want that gesture to do.
To get more Mac Zoom keyboard shortcuts, you can find them on the official Zoom portal. Follow the method given below:
Here, you can check your Zoom keyboard shortcuts for Mac.
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Recently, Zoom has gained momentum and millions of users are installing this app on their iPhones, iPads, and Macs. However, this has paused privacy threats. People are deleting their Zoom accounts and opting for alternatives.
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Shortcat is a unique application that enables you to click without using the mouse! Shortcat is particularly suited to fast typists.
You simply activate Shortcat with a keyboard shortcut, type a few letters that match the UI element you want to click on, and Shortcat will search the current active window (and menu bar) for matching elements.
Simply hit 'Return' to click on the desired element!
Shortcat leverages the Accessibility API, which is supported by all applications that come with Mac OS X and most applications!
Finder, Safari, Xcode, Textual, Skype, Calendar and more are supported. Shortcat is constantly being updated to work better with more applications!
It takes an average of three seconds to move your hand from the keyboard to the mouse, clicking once, and then moving back to the keybord.
Shortcat lets you keep your hands on the keyboard to click, saving time and energy. Imagine all the time you could save!
Below is a list of examples Shortcat can be used for: