BlackBerry users love the art multi-tasking, which mean we are always looking for faster, easier, and simpler ways of getting things done on our BlackBerry. Today I thought would be a good time to offer you some great tips on handle your messages inbox.
Shortcut Keys: What To Use When Your In A Message
If you’re already in a message or have highlighted a message, here’s a few shortcut keys that will allow you to manage important functions with just one to two button clicks.
- Quick reply to a message: Press the “R” Key
- Quick Reply to all: Press the “L” Key
- Quickly Forward a message: From the “F” Key
- File away a highlighted email: Press the “I” Key
- Find the email address for a contact: Highlight the contact name and then press the “Q” Key.
Shortcut Keys: Within The Message List
There are 9 main shortcut keys that can be used from within the BlackBerry Curve, Bold, or Tour message list.
- Opening Highlighted Messages: Press the Enter Key
- Create a message from the message list: Press the “C” Key
- Make a message display as opened or unopened: Press the â€œAltâ€ Key along with the “U” Key
- To see a list of all Incoming Messages only: Press the “Alt” Key along with the â€œi” Key
- View all your Sent Message only: Press the “Alt Key” along with the “O” Key
- Check your Voicemail messages: Press the “Alt” Key plus the “V” Key
- Check your Text messages: Press the “Alt” Key along with the “S” Key
- Check your call logs by pressing “Alt” and the “P” Key
- Review all your messages by pressing the “Escape” Key
Shortcuts Keys: Navigating Around The Blackberry Curve, Bold, or Tour Message List
- Move Up The Messaging List: Shift + Space Keys
- Move down the same screen: Space Key
- Go to the top of the message list: T Key
- Go to the bottom of the message list: B key
- Go to the next date: N key
- Go to the previous date: P key
- Go to the next unopened date: U Key
- Go to the next related message: J Key
- Go to the previously related message: K key