Last updated: June 6, 2012
Keyboard Shortcuts: By default, Clipboard doesn’t give you a whole lot of bookmark navigation or manipulation options. This will also enable you to “leap” to a tag without ever using the mouse. See below for the keyboard shortcuts that this extension will give you.
Clipboard.com Better Shortcuts: ? = show/hide this window Navigation n or ] = next clip/board p or [ = previous clip/board g then a = go to all clips g then b = go to all boards g then l = go to likes g then n = go to notifications g then j = jump to a new tag Selected Bookmark [enter] = open selected c (then cmd-c) = copy selected clip url r = add reply to clip* e = edit tags/mentions of selected clip* * works in list/item view only Experimental \ = enter 'type-ahead' to filter mode h = toggle hide clutter
JUMP to a tag
Probably my personal favorite, with a quick “g, j” you can bring up a quick modal that allows you to dive in to a tag really quickly. For instance, “g, j” followed by “videos” would show me all of my bookmarks tagged “videos.”
Just press “\” and you’re in “filter” mode. You can type-ahead mode and filter everything out of your view that doesn’t match what you type. Excellent! This is experimental and may have bugs.
I hope you find this helpful. Free free to leave comments or suggestions below.
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