Add keyboard shortcuts to Nimble
I'm a poweruser on gmail and I move really quickly through my messages and organize them, read, delete, archive. And going back to using a mouse for this is terrible. Many apps are adding these so I think it would be a huge plus to have them available in Nimble.
We will review adding keyboard shortcuts at a later point in the future.
For now, we are focusing on improvement in other areas of the app, and then we will add keyboard shortcuts.
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Chris Johnson commented
This is seriously not done yet? Man. Even Nutshell has this handled.
Sean McMahon commented
Gmail shortcuts would make the transition to using Nimble for email easier without losing productivity.
Pleaaaaase add the keyboard shortcuts, this would be a game changer!
Michael Schweizer commented
Right, Toby Beresford. This is really a priority feature. It will influence my evaluation.
Are keyboard shortcut implemented yet?
Moving next, previous, editing etc... would be very useful
Ben Parizek commented
I'd love to see similar shortcuts to Gmail when managing messages in Nimble as well. It's quite painful to manage a busy inbox with a mouse. So painful, I just go use Gmail instead and wonder about how nice Nimble could be.
Ruth Cheesley commented
Would also appreciate keyboard shortcuts an awful lot, makes tasks much easier!
Levi Smith commented
keyboard shortcuts for tasks (date, assign to, etc.) would be helpful
In response to my request for shortcut keys in September 2012...
I agree that all core Nimble functions should be accessible by three key strokes at most. My old GoldMine co-founder understood this and listened to me. I've been trying to teach and tell our new generation of developers how important keystrokes are. Your input helps.
CEO | Nimble - Social Relationships Made Easy
Johan Laban commented
Escape key to close dialog boxes!
Keyboard shortcuts are trivial to implement, you don't need a *timetable* for *deciding* to implement them (why would you decide NOT to implement them?), just go ahead and add "accesskey=X" in the HTML output for the most frequently used buttons/links.
That's all it takes, really. You don't need to go overboard like Asana.
Toby Beresford commented
Short cut keys are essential in any web application you expect people to have open 8 hours a day.
Look at Asana and Gmail for inspiration.
Great idea... let's do it!