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1. Gmail

1.1. Single Keys

1.1.1. Compose

1.1.1.1. C

1.1.2. Search

1.1.2.1. /

1.1.3. Move to Newer Conversation

1.1.3.1. K

1.1.4. Move to Older Conversation

1.1.4.1. J

1.1.5. Next Message

1.1.5.1. N

1.1.6. Previous Message

1.1.6.1. P

1.1.7. Open

1.1.7.1. Any Key

1.1.7.1.1. O

1.1.7.1.2. return

1.1.8. Return To Conversation List

1.1.8.1. U

1.1.9. Select Conversation

1.1.9.1. X

1.1.10. Star

1.1.10.1. S

1.1.11. Mark as Important

1.1.11.1. +

1.1.12. Mark as Unimportant

1.1.12.1. -

1.1.13. Report Spam

1.1.13.1. !

1.1.14. Reply

1.1.14.1. R

1.1.15. Reply All

1.1.15.1. A

1.1.16. Forward

1.1.16.1. F

1.1.17. Escape From Input Field

1.1.17.1. esc

1.1.18. Save Draft

1.1.18.1. control

1.1.18.2. S

1.1.19. Delete

1.1.19.1. #

1.1.20. Label

1.1.20.1. L

1.1.21. Move to

1.1.21.1. V

1.1.22. Mark as Read

1.1.22.1. shift

1.1.22.2. I

1.1.23. Mark as Unread

1.1.23.1. shift

1.1.23.2. U

1.1.24. Archive & Previous

1.1.24.1. [

1.1.25. Archive & Next

1.1.25.1. ]

1.1.26. Undo

1.1.26.1. Z

1.1.27. Remove From Current View (Archive)

1.1.27.1. Y

1.1.28. Show More Actions

1.1.28.1. .

1.1.29. Displays Keyboard Shortcuts

1.1.29.1. ?

1.2. Combo Keys

1.2.1. Send Message

1.2.1.1. tab

1.2.1.2. return

1.2.2. Go to ___

1.2.2.1. All Mail

1.2.2.1.1. G then A

1.2.2.2. Starred Mail

1.2.2.2.1. G then S

1.2.2.3. Contacts

1.2.2.3.1. G then C

1.2.2.4. Drafts

1.2.2.4.1. G then D

1.2.2.5. Label

1.2.2.5.1. G then L

1.2.2.6. Inbox

1.2.2.6.1. G then I

1.2.2.7. Sent Mail

1.2.2.7.1. G then T

1.2.3. Select ___

1.2.3.1. All

1.2.3.1.1. * then A

1.2.3.2. None

1.2.3.2.1. * then N

1.2.3.3. Read

1.2.3.3.1. * then R

1.2.3.4. Unread

1.2.3.4.1. * then U

1.2.3.5. Starred

1.2.3.5.1. * then S

1.2.3.6. Unstarred

1.2.3.6.1. * then T

2. Google Tasks

2.1. In Gmail

2.1.1. Create Task Based On Email

2.1.1.1. shift

2.1.1.2. T

2.1.2. Open Tasks / Shift Cursor To Tasks

2.1.2.1. G then K

2.2. In The Tasks Window

2.2.1. Tab

2.2.2. Moves Task Right (Subtask)

2.2.2.1. tab

2.2.3. Moves Task Left

2.2.3.1. shift

2.2.3.2. tab

2.2.4. Moves Task Up

2.2.4.1. control

2.2.4.2. ↑

2.2.5. Moves Task Down

2.2.5.1. control

2.2.5.2. ↓

2.2.6. Edit Task Details

2.2.6.1. shift

2.2.6.2. return

2.2.7. Close Tasks

2.2.7.1. esc

2.2.8. Shift Cursor To Gmail

2.2.8.1. shift

2.2.8.2. esc

2.2.9. Mark Completed Task Uncomplete

2.2.9.1. option

2.2.9.2. return

3. Google Drive

3.1. Navigation

3.1.1. Next Item

3.1.1.1. J

3.1.2. Previous Item

3.1.2.1. K

3.1.3. Select / De-select Highlighted Items

3.1.3.1. X

3.1.4. Select Next Item

3.1.4.1. ↓

3.1.5. Select Next Item & Leave Current Item Selected

3.1.5.1. shift

3.1.5.2. ↓

3.1.6. Select Previous Item In List

3.1.6.1. ↑

3.1.7. Select Previous Item & Leave Current Item Selected

3.1.7.1. shift

3.1.7.2. ↑

3.1.8. Select All

3.1.8.1. shift

3.1.8.2. A

3.1.9. Select None

3.1.9.1. shift

3.1.9.2. N

3.2. Create New Documents

3.2.1. New Text Document

3.2.1.1. shift

3.2.1.2. T

3.2.2. New Presentation

3.2.2.1. shift

3.2.2.2. P

3.2.3. New Spreadsheet

3.2.3.1. shift

3.2.3.2. S

3.2.4. New Drawing

3.2.4.1. shift

3.2.4.2. D

3.2.5. New Folder

3.2.5.1. shift

3.2.5.2. F

3.3. Different Views

3.3.1. Access Navigation Panel

3.3.1.1. Q then N

3.3.2. Access List of Documents

3.3.2.1. Q then L

3.3.3. Access Folders

3.3.3.1. Q then F

3.3.4. Access Details Pane

3.3.4.1. Q then D

3.4. Various Menus

3.4.1. Show the 'Create New Menu'

3.4.1.1. C

3.4.2. Upload Menu

3.4.2.1. U

3.4.3. Actions Menu

3.4.3.1. A

3.4.4. Sort Menu

3.4.4.1. R

3.4.5. Settings Menu

3.4.5.1. T

3.5. Take Action

3.5.1. Organize

3.5.1.1. Z

3.5.2. Star / Unstar

3.5.2.1. S

3.5.3. Open Item

3.5.3.1. either / or

3.5.3.1.1. O

3.5.3.1.2. return

3.5.4. Share

3.5.4.1. .

3.6. Access Or Enable Features

3.6.1. Go To Search Box

3.6.1.1. /

3.6.2. Show / Hide Details Pane

3.6.2.1. d

3.6.3. Display All Shortcuts

3.6.3.1. either / or

3.6.3.1.1. ?

3.6.3.1.2. Group

4. Google Calendar

4.1. Navigation

4.1.1. Previous Date Range

4.1.1.1. Either / Or

4.1.1.1.1. K

4.1.1.1.2. P

4.1.2. Next Date Range

4.1.2.1. Either / Or

4.1.2.1.1. J

4.1.2.1.2. N

4.1.3. Refresh

4.1.3.1. R

4.1.4. Jump To 'Today'

4.1.4.1. T

4.2. Views

4.2.1. 'Day' View

4.2.1.1. Either / Or

4.2.1.1.1. 1

4.2.1.1.2. D

4.2.2. 'Week' View

4.2.2.1. Either / Or

4.2.2.1.1. 2

4.2.2.1.2. W

4.2.3. 'Month' View

4.2.3.1. Either / Or

4.2.3.1.1. 3

4.2.3.1.2. M

4.2.4. 'Custom View'

4.2.4.1. Either / Or

4.2.4.1.1. 4

4.2.4.1.2. X

4.2.5. 'Agenda View'

4.2.5.1. Either / Or

4.2.5.1.1. 5

4.2.5.1.2. A

4.3. Actions

4.3.1. Create Event

4.3.1.1. C

4.3.2. Event Details

4.3.2.1. E

4.3.3. Delete Event

4.3.3.1. delete

4.3.4. Undo

4.3.4.1. Either / Or

4.3.4.1.1. 1st Group

4.3.4.1.2. 2nd Group

4.3.5. Save

4.3.5.1. Either / Or

4.3.5.1.1. 1st Group

4.3.5.1.2. 2nd Group

4.3.6. Escape

4.3.6.1. esc

4.4. Application

4.4.1. Search

4.4.1.1. /

4.4.2. Add a Calendar

4.4.2.1. Either / Or

4.4.2.1.1. 1st Group

4.4.2.1.2. 2nd Group

4.4.3. Quick Add

4.4.3.1. Q

4.4.4. Print

4.4.4.1. Either / Or

4.4.4.1.1. 1st Group

4.4.4.1.2. 2nd Group

4.4.5. Settings

4.4.5.1. S

4.4.6. Lists Available Keyboard Shortcuts

4.4.6.1. Either / Or

4.4.6.1.1. 1st Group

4.4.6.1.2. 2nd Group

4.4.6.1.3. 3rd Group

5. Google Chrome

5.1. New Window

5.1.1. ⌘

5.1.2. N

5.2. New Incognito Window

5.2.1. ⌘

5.2.2. shift

5.2.3. N

5.3. New Tab

5.3.1. ⌘

5.3.2. T

5.4. Open File From Computer

5.4.1. ⌘

5.4.2. O

5.5. Opens Link In New Tab

5.5.1. ⌘

5.5.2. "Mouse Click"

5.6. Opens Link In New Tab & Switches View

5.6.1. ⌘

5.6.2. shift

5.6.3. "Mouse Click"

5.7. Opens Link In New Window

5.7.1. shift

5.7.2. "Mouse Click"

5.8. Reopens Last Closed Tab

5.8.1. ⌘

5.8.2. shift

5.8.3. T

5.9. Next Tab

5.9.1. ⌘

5.9.2. option

5.9.3. →

5.10. Previous Tab

5.10.1. ⌘

5.10.2. option

5.10.3. ←

5.11. Close Tab

5.11.1. ⌘

5.11.2. W

5.12. Close Window

5.12.1. ⌘

5.12.2. shift

5.12.3. W

5.13. Toggle Bookmarks Bar

5.13.1. ⌘

5.13.2. shift

5.13.3. B

5.14. Open Bookmark Manager

5.14.1. ⌘

5.14.2. option

5.14.3. B

5.15. Open History

5.15.1. ⌘

5.15.2. Y

5.16. Open Downloads Page

5.16.1. ⌘

5.16.2. shift

5.16.3. J

5.17. Opens the "Clear Browsing Data" Dialog

5.17.1. ⌘

5.17.2. shift

5.17.3. delete

6. Symbols

6.1. ⌘

6.2. ↑

6.3. ↓

6.4. ←

6.5. →

6.6. enter

6.7. option

6.8. shift

7. Mindmeister

7.1. General Shortcuts

7.1.1. Add A Child Item

7.1.1.1. tab

7.1.2. Add A Sibling Item Below

7.1.2.1. return

7.1.3. Add A Sibling Item Above

7.1.3.1. shift

7.1.3.2. return

7.1.4. Delete An Item

7.1.4.1. delete

7.1.5. Add A Connection

7.1.5.1. option

7.1.5.2. C

7.1.6. Navigate Between Topics

7.1.6.1. Any Key

7.1.6.1.1. ←

7.1.6.1.2. →

7.1.6.1.3. ↓

7.1.6.1.4. ↑

7.1.7. Open/Close Branches

7.1.7.1. "Space Bar"

7.1.8. Zoom In

7.1.8.1. +

7.1.9. Zoom Out

7.1.9.1. -

7.1.10. Recenter

7.1.10.1. F6

7.1.11. Find Topic

7.1.11.1. ⌘

7.1.11.2. F

7.2. Select & Edit

7.2.1. Select All Topics

7.2.1.1. ⌘

7.2.1.2. A

7.2.2. Select Next Level Right

7.2.2.1. ⌘

7.2.2.2. →

7.2.3. Select Next Level Left

7.2.3.1. ⌘

7.2.3.2. ←

7.2.4. Edit Caption

7.2.4.1. F2

7.2.5. Commit Changes

7.2.5.1. return

7.2.6. Cancel Editing

7.2.6.1. esc

7.2.7. Add Line Break

7.2.7.1. shift

7.2.7.2. return

7.2.8. Add / Edit Note

7.2.8.1. ⌘

7.3. Format

7.3.1. Toggle Bold

7.3.1.1. ⌘

7.3.1.2. B

7.3.2. Toggle Italic

7.3.2.1. ⌘

7.3.2.2. I

7.3.3. Make Font Bigger

7.3.3.1. control

7.3.3.2. shift

7.3.3.3. ↑

7.3.4. Make Font Smaller

7.3.4.1. control

7.3.4.2. shift

7.3.4.3. ↓

7.4. Move & Rearrange

7.4.1. Cut

7.4.1.1. ⌘

7.4.1.2. X

7.4.2. Copy

7.4.2.1. ⌘

7.4.2.2. C

7.4.3. Paste

7.4.3.1. ⌘

7.4.3.2. V

7.4.4. Move Topic Up

7.4.4.1. ⌘

7.4.4.2. ↑

7.4.5. Move Topic Down

7.4.5.1. ⌘

7.4.5.2. ↓

7.5. More

7.5.1. Undo

7.5.1.1. ⌘

7.5.1.2. Z

7.5.2. Redo

7.5.2.1. ⌘

7.5.2.2. Y

7.5.3. Show 1 Levels

7.5.3.1. option

7.5.3.2. 1

7.5.4. Show 2 Levels

7.5.4.1. option

7.5.4.2. 2

7.5.5. Show All Levels

7.5.5.1. option

7.5.5.2. 9

7.5.6. Open Notes Dialog

7.5.6.1. option

7.5.6.2. shift

7.5.6.3. N

7.5.7. Open Links Dialog

7.5.7.1. option

7.5.7.2. shift

7.5.7.3. L

7.5.8. Open Tasks Dialog

7.5.8.1. option

7.5.8.2. shift

7.5.8.3. T

7.5.9. Toggle Sidebar

7.5.9.1. option

7.5.9.2. shift

7.5.9.3. P

7.5.10. Fullscreen Mode

7.5.10.1. ⌘

7.5.10.2. option

7.5.10.3. F

8. Stickies

8.1. New Note

8.1.1. command

8.1.2. N

8.2. Collapse Note

8.2.1. command

8.2.2. M

8.3. Floating Window

8.3.1. command

8.3.2. control

8.3.3. F

8.4. Translucent Window

8.4.1. command

8.4.2. control

8.4.3. T

9. SaneBox Reminders

9.1. 1. Minutes, hours, days, weeks, months from now

9.1.1. <quantity><time frame>@sanebox.com

9.1.1.1. Abbreviations

9.1.1.1.1. nextweek

9.1.1.1.2. nextmonth

9.1.1.1.3. h = hours

9.1.1.1.4. d = days

9.1.1.1.5. w = weeks

9.1.1.1.6. mo = months

9.1.1.1.7. y = years

9.1.1.1.8. tommorow

9.1.1.1.9. m = minutes

9.1.1.2. Examples

9.1.1.2.1. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.2. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.3. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.4. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.5. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.6. [email protected]

9.1.1.2.7. [email protected]

9.2. 2. Day of Week

9.2.1. <weekday>@sanebox.com

9.2.1.1. Abbreviations

9.2.1.1.1. sun = sunday

9.2.1.1.2. tues = tuesday

9.2.1.1.3. wed = wednesday

9.2.1.1.4. thur = thursday

9.2.1.1.5. fri = friday

9.2.1.1.6. sat = saturday

9.2.1.1.7. mon = monday

9.2.1.2. Examples

9.2.1.2.1. [email protected]

9.2.1.2.2. [email protected]

9.2.1.2.3. [email protected]

9.3. 3. Date

9.3.1. <day><month name>@sanebox.com

9.3.1.1. [email protected]

9.3.2. <month name><day>@sanebox.com

9.3.2.1. [email protected]

9.3.2.2. [email protected]

9.4. 4. Time of day

9.4.1. <hour><am or pm>@sanebox.com

9.4.1.1. [email protected]

9.4.2. <hour>.<minute><am or pm>@sanebox.com

9.4.2.1. [email protected]

9.4.2.2. [email protected]

9.5. 5. Repeating Reminders

9.5.1. <each><value>@sanebox.com

9.5.2. <every><[email protected]

9.5.2.1. [email protected]

9.5.2.2. [email protected]

9.5.2.3. [email protected]

9.5.2.4. [email protected]

9.5.2.5. [email protected]

9.5.2.6. [email protected]

9.6. Seperators

9.6.1. +

9.6.2. _

9.6.3. -

9.6.4. .

10. Skype

10.1. Search Contacts

10.1.1. alt

10.1.2. ⌘

10.1.3. F

10.2. Close Window

10.2.1. shift

10.2.2. ⌘

10.2.3. W

10.3. View as List

10.3.1. alt

10.3.2. ⌘

10.3.3. 4

10.4. Contacts Monitor

10.4.1. ⌘

10.4.2. 3

10.5. Dial Pad

10.5.1. ⌘

10.5.2. 2

10.6. Mute Microphone

10.6.1. shift

10.6.2. ⌘

10.6.3. M

10.7. Others

10.7.1. Hide Others

10.7.1.1. alt

10.7.1.2. ⌘

10.7.1.3. H

10.7.2. View as Pictures

10.7.2.1. alt

10.7.2.2. ⌘

10.7.2.3. 5

10.7.3. Skype WiFi

10.7.3.1. ⌘

10.7.3.2. 4

10.7.4. Previous Conversation

10.7.4.1. alt

10.7.4.2. ⌘

10.7.4.3. ←

10.7.5. Add People

10.7.5.1. shift

10.7.5.2. ⌘

10.7.5.3. A

10.7.6. Mark Conversation Unread

10.7.6.1. shift

10.7.6.2. ⌘

10.7.6.3. U

10.7.7. Next Conversation

10.7.7.1. alt

10.7.7.2. ⌘

10.7.7.3. →

10.7.8. Send Files

10.7.8.1. shift

10.7.8.2. ⌘

10.7.8.3. F

11. Type2Phone

11.1. Connect to Iphone

11.1.1. ⌘

11.1.2. alt

11.1.3. D

11.2. Connect to Ipad

11.2.1. ⌘

11.2.2. alt

11.2.3. F

11.3. Paste Text

11.3.1. ⌘

11.3.2. shift

11.3.3. V

12. Sound Source

12.1. Option

12.2. Click Menulet: Speaker Icon

13. Trackpad

13.1. Notification Center

13.1.1. Swipe Two Fingers Left Starting From Right Side

13.2. Dictionary Lookup

13.2.1. Single Tap Three Fingers

13.3. Mission Control

13.3.1. Three Finger Pinch

14. Growl Voice

14.1. Open Growl Voice Inbox

14.1.1. command

14.1.2. shift

14.1.3. i

14.2. Open New Text Message

14.2.1. command

14.2.2. shift

14.2.3. t

14.3. Place Call

14.3.1. c

14.4. Send Text

14.4.1. m

14.5. Close Window

14.5.1. esc

14.6. Open Selected Message

14.6.1. return

14.7. Select Next Message

14.7.1. ↑

14.8. Select Previous Message

14.8.1. ↓

14.9. Extend selection with next message

14.9.1. shift

14.9.2. ↑

14.10. Extend selection with previous message

14.10.1. shift

14.10.2. ↓

14.11. Search

14.11.1. /

14.12. Archive Selected message

14.12.1. e

14.13. Star Selected Messages

14.13.1. s

14.14. Mark Selected Message as Spam

14.14.1. !

14.15. Mark Selected Messages As Read

14.15.1. shift

14.15.2. i

14.16. Mark Selected Messages As Unread

14.16.1. shift

14.16.2. u

14.17. Go to inbox

14.17.1. command

14.17.2. 1

14.18. Go to starred

14.18.1. command

14.18.2. 2

14.19. Go to voicemail

14.19.1. command

14.19.2. 3

14.20. Go to text

14.20.1. command

14.20.2. 4

14.21. Go to history

14.21.1. command

14.21.2. 5

14.22. Anchor Window

14.22.1. command

14.22.2. shift

14.22.3. a

15. Scrivener

15.1. Enter / Exit Composition Mode

15.1.1. command

15.1.2. option

15.1.3. F

15.2. Exit Composition Mode

15.2.1. esc

15.3. Add Image to Synopsis

15.3.1. command

15.3.2. 7

15.4. Add Comment to Highlighted Text

15.4.1. command

15.4.2. 8

15.5. Collapse All Comments / Footnotes

15.5.1. command

15.5.2. 0

15.6. Expand All Comments / Footnotes

15.6.1. command

15.6.2. 9

15.7. Switching Between Views

15.7.1. Text View

15.7.1.1. command

15.7.1.2. 1

15.7.2. Corkboard View

15.7.2.1. command

15.7.2.2. 2

15.7.3. Outline View

15.7.3.1. command

15.7.3.2. 3

15.8. Open A Quick Reference Window

15.8.1. space bar

15.9. Inline Annotation

15.9.1. command

15.9.2. shift

15.9.3. a

15.10. Inline Footnote

15.10.1. command

15.10.2. shift

15.10.3. f

15.11. Insert Scrivener Link

15.11.1. command

15.11.2. l

16. Screenflow

16.1. Zoom Out To Whole Track

16.1.1. shift

16.1.2. Z

16.2. Deleting A Section

16.2.1. Marking In Point

16.2.1.1. I

16.2.2. Marking Out Point

16.2.2.1. O

16.2.3. Delete Selection And Slide Track Over

16.2.3.1. command

16.2.3.2. delete

17. Gmail Booleans

17.1. from:

17.1.1. Used to specify the sender

17.1.2. Example:

17.1.2.1. from:amy

17.1.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from Amy

17.2. to:

17.2.1. Used to specify a recipient

17.2.2. Example:

17.2.2.1. to:david

17.2.2.1.1. Meaning: All messages that were sent to David (by you or someone else)

17.3. subject:

17.3.1. Search for words in the subject line

17.3.2. Example:

17.3.2.1. subject:dinner

17.3.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages that have the word "dinner" in the subject

17.4. OR

17.4.1. Search for messages matching term A or term B

17.4.1.1. *OR must be in all caps

17.4.2. Example:

17.4.2.1. from:amy OR from:david

17.4.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from Amy or from David

17.5. -

17.5.1. Used to exclude messages from your search

17.5.2. Example:

17.5.2.1. dinner -movie

17.5.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages that contain the word "dinner" but do not contain the word "movie"

17.6. label:

17.6.1. Search for messages by label

17.6.2. Example 1:

17.6.2.1. from:amy label:friends

17.6.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from Amy that have the label "friends"

17.6.3. Example 2:

17.6.3.1. from:david label:my-family

17.6.3.1.1. Meaning: Messages from David that have the label "My Family"

17.7. has:attachment

17.7.1. Search for messages with an attachment

17.7.2. Example:

17.7.2.1. from:david has:attachment

17.7.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from David that have an attachment

17.8. list:

17.8.1. Search for messages on mailing lists

17.8.2. Example:

17.8.2.1. list:[email protected]

17.8.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages with the words [email protected] in the headers, sent to or from this list

17.9. filename:

17.9.1. Search for an attachment by name or type

17.9.2. Example 1:

17.9.2.1. filename:physicshomework.txt

17.9.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages with an attachment named "physicshomework.txt"

17.9.3. Example 2:

17.9.3.1. label:work filename:pdf

17.9.3.1.1. Meaning: Messages labeled "work" that also have a PDF file as an attachment

17.10. " "

17.10.1. Used to search for an exact phrase

17.10.1.1. *Capitalization isn't taken into consideration

17.10.2. Example 1:

17.10.2.1. "i'm feeling lucky"

17.10.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages containing the phrase "i'm feeling lucky" or "I'm feeling lucky"

17.10.3. Example 2:

17.10.3.1. subject:"dinner and a movie"

17.10.3.1.1. Meaning: Messages containing the phrase "dinner and a movie" in the subject

17.11. ( )

17.11.1. Uses

17.11.1.1. Used to specify terms that shouldn't be excluded

17.11.1.2. Used to group words

17.11.2. Example 2:

17.11.2.1. from:amy (dinner OR movie)

17.11.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from Amy that contain either the word "dinner" or the word "movie"

17.11.3. Example 1:

17.11.3.1. subject:(dinner movie)

17.11.3.1.1. Meaning: Messages in which the subject contains both the word "dinner" and the word "movie"

17.12. in:anywhere

17.12.1. Search for messages anywhere in Gmail* *Messages in Spam and Trash are excluded from searches by default

17.12.2. Example: in:anywhere movie Meaning: Messages in All Mail, Spam, and Trash that contain the word "movie"

17.13. *Not Used Often

17.14. in:inbox in:trash in:spam

17.14.1. Search for messages in Inbox, Trash, or Spam

17.14.2. Example: in:trash from:amy Meaning: Messages from Amy that are in Trash

17.15. is:important label:important

17.15.1. Example: is:important from:janet Meaning: Messages from Janet that were marked as important by Priority Inbox

17.15.2. Search within messages that Priority Inbox considers important.

17.16. is:starred is:unread is:read

17.16.1. Search for messages that are starred, unread, or read

17.16.2. Example: is:read is:starred from:David Meaning: Messages from David that have been read and are marked with a star

17.17. has: (Related To Particular Star)

17.17.1. Paramaters

17.17.1.1. purple-question

17.17.1.2. red-star

17.17.1.3. orange-star

17.17.1.4. green-star

17.17.1.5. blue-star

17.17.1.6. purple-star

17.17.1.7. red-bang

17.17.1.8. orange-guillmet

17.17.1.9. yellow-bang

17.17.1.10. green-check

17.17.1.11. blue-info

17.17.1.12. yellow-star

17.17.2. Example:

17.17.2.1. has:purple-star from:David

17.17.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages from David that are marked with a purple star

17.18. cc: / bcc:

17.18.1. Used to specify recipients in the cc: or bcc: fields

17.18.1.1. *Search on bcc: cannot retrieve messages on which you were blind carbon copied

17.18.2. Example:

17.18.2.1. cc:david

17.18.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages that were cc-ed to David

17.19. newer: before: older: after:

17.19.1. Search for messages sent or received during a certain period of time (using the date format yyyy/mm/dd)

17.19.2. Example:

17.19.2.1. after:2004/04/16 before:2004/04/18

17.19.2.1.1. Meaning: Messages sent between April 16, 2004 and April 18, 2004.*

17.20. older_than newer_than

17.20.1. Similar to older and newer, but allows relative dates using d, m, and y for day, month, and year

17.20.2. Example:

17.20.2.1. newer_than:2d

17.20.2.1.1. Meaning: Finds messages sent within the last two days.

17.21. is:chat

17.21.1. Search for chat messages

17.21.2. Example:

17.21.2.1. is:chat monkey

17.21.2.1.1. Meaning: Any chat message including the word "monkey."

17.22. deliveredto:

17.22.1. Search for messages within a particular email address in the Delivered-To line of the message header

17.22.2. Example:

17.22.2.1. deliveredto:[email protected]

17.22.2.1.1. Meaning: Any message with [email protected] in the Delivered- To: field of the message header (which can help you find messages forwarded from another account or ones sent to an alias).

17.23. circle:

17.23.1. Search for messages that were sent from someone who you added to a particular Google+ circle

17.23.2. Example 1:

17.23.2.1. circle:friends

17.23.2.1.1. Meaning: Any message that was sent by a person in your "Friends" circle.

17.23.3. Examples: circle:"soccer friends (team blue)" or circle:"my \"fab four\""

17.23.3.1. Notes: For circle names that include a space, parentheses, curly brackets, or vertical bar, add quotes around the name. For names that include quotes, add a back slash immediately before the quotes.

17.24. has:circle

17.24.1. Search for all messages that were sent from someone who you added to your Google+ circles

17.24.2. Example:

17.24.2.1. has:circle

17.24.2.1.1. Meaning: Any message that was sent by a person in any of your circles.

17.25. category:

17.25.1. Search for messages within a category

17.25.2. Example 1:

17.25.2.1. category:updates

17.25.2.1.1. Meaning: All messages in the Updates category.

17.25.3. Example 2:

17.25.3.1. category:social Mindy

17.25.3.1.1. Meaning: Messages in the Social category that include “Mindy.”

17.26. size:

17.26.1. Search for messages larger than the specified size in bytes

17.26.2. Example:

17.26.2.1. size:1000000

17.26.2.1.1. Meaning: All messages larger than 1MB (1,000,000 bytes) in size.

17.27. larger: smaller:

17.27.1. Similar to size: but allows abbreviations for numbers

17.27.2. Example:

17.27.2.1. larger:10M

17.27.2.1.1. Meaning: All messages of at least 10M bytes (10,000,000 bytes) in size.

17.28. + (plus sign)

17.28.1. Match the Search Term Exactly

17.28.2. Example:

17.28.2.1. +unicorn

17.28.2.1.1. Meaning: Finds messages containing “unicorn” but not “unicorns” or “unciorn”

17.29. rfc822msgid:

17.29.1. Find a message by the message- id header

17.29.2. Example:

17.29.2.1. rfc822msgid:[email protected]

17.29.2.1.1. Meaning: Locates the exact message with the specified SMTP message-id. Learn more about headers.

17.30. has:userlabels nouserlabels

17.30.1. Search for messages that have and have not had labels that you created applied to them.

17.30.1.1. NOTE: Gmail applies labels to individual messages, not to conversation threads.

17.30.2. Example: has:nouserlabels

17.30.2.1. Meaning: Finds all messages without any of your own labels (excludes automatic labels like inbox, spam, and trash).

17.30.2.2. Since Gmail applies labels to individual messages, you might see results that appear to have labels; in this case, another message in the same conversation thread has had a label applied to it.