Telegram is our daily workhorse, there is not only reading material and friends, there are also reminders, business contacts, and magazines. The only thing is that I do not maintain my groups professionally and do not earn money in them. And one day I got really sick that I did not know hotkeys in the Telegram:
and here here they are:
Alt + up arrow ↑ - switch to the next chat.
Alt + Down Arrow ↓ - Switch to the previous chat.
Ctrl + F - search in an open chat.
Ctrl + O - open a window for selecting files to send to Telegram.
Esc - Exit chat or search / go to general search.
Ctrl + M - minimize Telegram.
Ctrl + W - minimize the application to the taskbar.
Ctrl + L - block Telegram (if an access password is set).
Ctrl + Q - completely close the application.
Ctrl + Up Arrow ↑ and Ctrl + Down Arrow ↓ - Select messages for quick reply.
Ctrl + Down Arrow ↓ - Cancel reply.
Up arrow ↑ - edit the last message.
Delete - delete selected messages.
Ctrl + 0 - go to "Favorites" (Saved messages).
Ctrl + 9 - go to the Archive.
Ctrl + R - mark the current chat as read.
Alt + Shift + RMB - mark all chats as read (you need to hover over the account in the menu and press the key combination).
Ctrl + J - open Contacts.
HOTKEYS FOR FORMATTING
Ctrl + B - make it bold.
Ctrl + I - italicize.
Ctrl + U - underline.
Ctrl + Shift + X - Strikethrough.
Ctrl + Shift + M - monospace font (code).
Ctrl + K - create a hyperlink.
Ctrl + Shift + N - undo formatting.
HOTKEYS FOR FOLDERS
Ctrl + Shift + up arrow ↑ and Ctrl + Shift + down arrow ↓ move between folders.
Ctrl + 1 - Switch to the general list of chats.
Ctrl + 2 - Go to folder 1.
Ctrl + 3 - Go to folder 2.
Ctrl + 4 - Go to folder 3.
Ctrl + 5 - Go to folder 4.
Ctrl + 6 - Go to folder 5.
Ctrl + 7 - Go to folder 6.
Ctrl + 8 - Go to the last folder.
Ctrl + 9 - Go to Archive.
But hotkeys gave practically nothing except understanding that the folders on the right are just tabs like in any web browser ... and Ctrl-0 is for favorites. But no one knows how to set up a folder for a hotkey, and this is sad and moronic.