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Want to be More Productive? Here are 60 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know!

Want to be More Productive? Here are 60 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know!
Seconds add up. If you can find ways to shave off a few seconds here and there, you’ll be well on your way to being faster and more efficient at your job. That’s what’s so great about keyboard shortcuts. Every day your work probably requires you to navigate lots of different operating systems, browsers, and software. Think about it. Where the heck is that thing you’re always looking for? This way of doing things is for the donkeys. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a “cheat sheet” that compiled the most essential keyboard shortcuts? Lucky for you, someone has done just that. Whether it’s Windows, Mac, popular Microsoft programs (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Google Chrome, or Gmail, this infographic has you covered. Check out all these invaluable keyboard shortcuts that will boost your productivity, including how to: Create a new folder in Windows.Take a screenshot on a Mac.Insert a new slide in PowerPoint.Find something in Chrome.Add bolding, italics, or underlines in Gmail. Related:  Olivianewtonjohn-a-thon+&moOlivianewtonjohn-a-thon+&mo - Copy20twentyQQQ`test 1016

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20 Most Useful Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys That You Would Actually Use “I saw a bank that said ’24 Hour Banking’, but I don’t have that much time”. – Steven Wright (comedian) Being a part-time writer and a full-time dad, I am very concerned with my productivity. I want to get my writing assignments done well and fast so I can enjoy more time with my wife and daughter. Now I’m sure that not all of you reading this have families to raise and all, but I’m guessing two things: 1. All of you want to improve your productivity and efficiency at work (otherwise you won’t be reading this blog). 2. Most of you use Microsoft Word pretty frequently in your day-to-day work.

9 Ways to Supercharge Your Email Click-Through Rates You already know by now that high email open rates are useless if click-through rates (CTRs) are low. You need people to click the links in your email to end up on your website. Click-through rates are a much better indicator of email engagement and success than only open rates for that reason. But the average email CTR is 4.19% — across all industries. Which means around 4 recipients click your links for every 100 opened emails. Image Source Always test these on your own and analyze the results, because tactics tend to be situational. Click-through Rate Strategy #1: Increase The Number of Links In each of your own emails, exactly how many links should you be using? To answer that question, Elizabeth Yin of Launch Bit once ran a test on 2 email types: 1- and 2-link emails. From her findings, 2-link emails generate almost twice as many clicks than 1-link emails: And get this: most of the recipients of her 2-link emails clicked link #2. Image Source This, however, isn’t a one size fits all rule.

According To Physicists Parallel Worlds Interact With Us According to new claims made by some physicists, there are other parallel worlds that interact with us. Quantum mechanics is a tested science, but it is rarely understood because it is pretty strange. There are many attempts to explain quantum theory, but they have led to many different interpretations, one of which is the many-worlds interpretation. Nowadays, a new theory has appeared which is called the many interacting worlds theory. According to this new theory, parallel worlds exist and they can be detected because they communicate with our planet on a quantum level. This new theory is actually similar to the quantum mechanics interpretation, which suggests that all the possible histories and futures exist and they stand for a real, but parallel world. So, according to quantum mechanics, we can only imagine the existence of other worlds. The interpretation of many worlds in quantum mechanics exists since 1957.

List of Super Bowl halftime performers: U2, Timberlake, Prince, Lady Gaga and more The Super Bowl is the biggest game in sports, where the final two NFL teams standing to have their names etched in history as winners of the Lombardi Trophy. And similarly, the Super Bowl halftime show is the biggest stage in entertainment, where a performer gets the chance to perform in front of billions on live TV. It used to be the exact opposite of appointment TV, however. Before Michael Jackson, the Super Bowl halftime show was an endless wasteland of college marching bands and maddening flag-spinning tributes, from salutes to Hollywood (twice), to Motown, to the Big Band Era, to the Caribbean, to Duke Ellington. Then we got the King of Pop at the Rose Bowl in 1993 -- and the Super Bowl has never been the same. Check out SportsLine's look at the top 10 craziest prop bets for Super Bowl Sunday. Justin Timberlake will make history at Super Bowl LII in Minnesota as the only performer to ever grace the world's biggest stage three times. 2016: Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars 2013: Beyonce

FREE Unique Article Creator Online Creating forms that convert: Six common mistakes to avoid Usability Testing forms a massive part of the User Experience Research we carry out, so naturally, we observe a lot of forms being filled out! With the amount of time we all spend form filling online you'd think that creating an easy-to-use form would be a 'piece of cake'. Sadly, it's not and there are plenty of substandard forms out there preventing users from getting what they want. Here are six mistakes that you can avoid to ensure your forms contribute to a positive experience for your customer’s, rather than hindering them from making a purchase (let’s be honest, no one wants that!). 1. Customers see the data they enter online as an exchange - they give you information and you give them what they want. 2. You might have a paragraph of text that precedes your form that helps your customers fill it out, but if users skim right past it you're no better off. 3. 4. This one comes from a good place: wanting to get accurate data and avoid mistakes. 5. 6.

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