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Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 in FAQ: Annotate for Google Chrome

How do I add a keyboard shortcut for Annotate or Q?

Chrome Extensions are fantastically convenient: always there, quick to open…

Wouldn’t it be great if you could use a simple keyboard shortcut to pop them open? You can!

  1. In Chrome, visit chrome://extensions/. You enter this just like you would a web address.
    1. You can also click the three dot button in the top right of Chrome, scroll to More Tools, and then choose Extensions.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the Extensions page and click Keyboard shortcuts
    1. You can pick whatever shortcut you would like, assuming it is available. We like:
      1. ALT-A for Annotate PRO
      2. ALT-1 for Q for Success
  3. Click OK and then you’ll be able to get to our solutions in a quick one-two keyboard press! Speed is good:)