Gutenberg is a powerful content editor for WordPress that allows you to create and design your website easily. One of the things that makes it so powerful is the ability to use global shortcuts to perform everyday tasks quickly. This guide will explore some global shortcuts that will speed up your workflow.
Switch between visual editor and code editor
If you want to toggle between the visual editor and code editor quickly, use “CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + M” in (Windows) or ” SHIFT + ALT + CMD + M” in (Mac).
Toggle fullscreen mode
To enter or exit fullscreen mode, use “CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + F” on (Windows) or “CMD + SHIFT + F” on (Mac).
Open the block list view
If you need to see a list of all the blocks you have on your page, you can use the “block list view” shortcut. Just hit “SHIFT + ALT + O” on (Windows) or “CTRL + ALT + O” on (Mac) to open it up.
Show or hide the settings sidebar
The “settings sidebar” allows you to access all the options and settings for a particular block. To show or hide the sidebar, use “CTRL + SHIFT + ,” (Windows) or “CMD + SHIFT + ,” (Mac).
Undo & Redo your last changes
The “undo” and “redo” shortcuts are pretty self-explanatory – use “CTRL + Z” (Windows) and “CTRL + SHIFT + Z” (Windows) to undo and redo your last actions, respectively. On a Mac, you can use “CMD + Z” and “CMD + SHIFT + Z.”
Save your changes
Finally, we have the “save” shortcut. To save your work without having to click the save button, just hit “CTRL + S” (Windows) or “CMD + S” (Mac).