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Re: Key strokes for slack

Kliph
 

I stand corrected, the last time they were updated was June 2022. I will try these keystrokes with the scripts and see how it goes.

On Aug 14, 2022, at 3:33 PM, Kliph via groups.io <kliph.miller.sr@...> wrote:

Changed the subject so it followed the right thread. The scripts page says last updated 2019, so I think I will uninstall them and see how these keystrokes work. Does the person who posted the keystrokes know when they were updated or published?




Key strokes for slack

Kliph
 

Changed the subject so it followed the right thread. The scripts page says last updated 2019, so I think I will uninstall them and see how these keystrokes work. Does the person who posted the keystrokes know when they were updated or published?


Re: My intro

Ted Shelly
 

I don't know for sure, but there is no mention of scripts so I assume not.

-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 13, 2022 1:43 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] Short cut keys?

Is this with scripts installed or not installed?


Kliph
On Aug 13, 2022, at 11:37 AM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi. I'm including below some notes on Slack by my friend George Kerscher. For some of the hot keys I have found that they don't work on the version of Slack that we have at work, but it is still useful information.

Hot keys

Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.
Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads Ctrl + shift + m and read
your mentions and reactions Ctrl + K to search for people or channels,
then down for quickly finding things Ctrl + shift + a for all unread,
but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.
Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels To restart Slack
CTRL+R CTRL + comma for preferences CTRL period closes the sidebar,
such as a thread or a direct message
CTRL+/ for hot keys

General

Very important to be aware if you are in (NVDA) browse mode or focus mode or (Jaws) virtual cursor or PC cursor mode.
NVDA key+ spacebar to toggle
Jaws key+ z and jaws key+; for hearing what mode you are in.

Big jaws issue is that Jaws key plus z does not give audio feedback. so, use jaws key plus semicolon to have Jaws speak its state. You will also find that typing keys may say jump or some other navigation, incorrectly, because you are in virtual cursor mode.

@ for a person, # for a channel
In any edit box, you can issue a command, but not in a search edit
box. (/)/ followed by a command, e.g. /dm

/feedback with the word accessibility NVDA or JAWS to get it directly to the Slack accessibility bug report.
Think of Direct Messages as a channel with only a few people in it.


It is Better to be on the beta release schedule, select this in
preferences Jaws key + ctrl + v to get the version of the application
NVDA key plus F1 and down arrow a bunch of times to get to the application version.

NVDA or Jaws key plus t for the title of the thing you are in.

It is highly recommended to Stay in focus mode (NVDA) PC cursor (Jaws) most of the time. Treat Slack as an application, not a web page, even though it is based on Electron, like the Chrome browser.
while in focus mode, left and right arrow expands and collapses items.

The ordinality is a known bug, i.e. 9 of 13 or 13 of 13. It cannot be depended on.

/feedback for a bug report, press enter, and it brings up a form dialogue.
Normally messages are fully read, but not all of the time. It may have other items in addition to the text of the message.
Once in a message, tab through it to get to all of the components of the message.
With Jaws, you may need to use the virtual cursor to read the whole message, this is a Jaws bug.

When it says multi line edit, then you are in an edit box

In preferences you can set enter to send a message or ctrl + enter. If you use enter to send, you can insert a new line with ctrl + enter. So, this setting is really a toggle between the two methods.


Reading

To make sure you have read everything:
1. Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
2. Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads 3. Ctrl + shift + m
and read your mentions and reactions Shift +escape will mark all as
unread, except in threads.

Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel

Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.

Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels

Creating and Sending Messages

Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly
finding things

Responding with emoji is r I find that I can get to a long list of emoji, and pressing the first letter takes you to emoji that begin with that letter, e.g. pressing t gets you to the ts , where thumbs are listed.
Ctrl + n for a new message

In a new message, you can select a channel to send to, in which case, everybody in the channel will receive the message.
You can select to send to an individual by starting to type their name and press down arrow and enter to select. You are then placed in the body of the message, and there is no subject as in an email; it is only the message.

Enter will send the message, unless you selected in preferences for enter to create a new line, in which case ctrl + enter sends. There is no audible confirmation. I use CTRL + enter because that is the same as in Outlook.
Once you have sent, you can press up arrow to confirm what you sent.


You can send to multiple people by selecting them one at a time.
Direct messages
/dm @name-of- person then tab, type message and enter sends George
changed his to ctrl + enteMultiple Work Spaces

You can sign into another work space, which is not easy to figure out.

Once signed into multiple work spaces, CTRL +1 or 2 will switch you
between the various work spaces.r


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of
Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 6:50 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [blind-slackers] My intro

I haven’t even signed into it yet, training starts monday so wanted to get a jump on the key strokes I will need.


On Aug 6, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf
Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while,
but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary
way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn
som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth.
Thanks for having me




















Re: My intro

David Goldfield
 

Looks like these are default Slack hotkeys. Doug Lee's scripts, which I so far haven't used, likely have their own unique commands.


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-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 13, 2022 1:43 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] Short cut keys?

Is this with scripts installed or not installed?


Kliph
On Aug 13, 2022, at 11:37 AM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi. I'm including below some notes on Slack by my friend George Kerscher. For some of the hot keys I have found that they don't work on the version of Slack that we have at work, but it is still useful information.

Hot keys

Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.
Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads Ctrl + shift + m and read
your mentions and reactions Ctrl + K to search for people or channels,
then down for quickly finding things Ctrl + shift + a for all unread,
but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.
Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels To restart Slack
CTRL+R CTRL + comma for preferences CTRL period closes the sidebar,
such as a thread or a direct message
CTRL+/ for hot keys

General

Very important to be aware if you are in (NVDA) browse mode or focus mode or (Jaws) virtual cursor or PC cursor mode.
NVDA key+ spacebar to toggle
Jaws key+ z and jaws key+; for hearing what mode you are in.

Big jaws issue is that Jaws key plus z does not give audio feedback. so, use jaws key plus semicolon to have Jaws speak its state. You will also find that typing keys may say jump or some other navigation, incorrectly, because you are in virtual cursor mode.

@ for a person, # for a channel
In any edit box, you can issue a command, but not in a search edit
box. (/)/ followed by a command, e.g. /dm

/feedback with the word accessibility NVDA or JAWS to get it directly to the Slack accessibility bug report.
Think of Direct Messages as a channel with only a few people in it.


It is Better to be on the beta release schedule, select this in
preferences Jaws key + ctrl + v to get the version of the application
NVDA key plus F1 and down arrow a bunch of times to get to the application version.

NVDA or Jaws key plus t for the title of the thing you are in.

It is highly recommended to Stay in focus mode (NVDA) PC cursor (Jaws) most of the time. Treat Slack as an application, not a web page, even though it is based on Electron, like the Chrome browser.
while in focus mode, left and right arrow expands and collapses items.

The ordinality is a known bug, i.e. 9 of 13 or 13 of 13. It cannot be depended on.

/feedback for a bug report, press enter, and it brings up a form dialogue.
Normally messages are fully read, but not all of the time. It may have other items in addition to the text of the message.
Once in a message, tab through it to get to all of the components of the message.
With Jaws, you may need to use the virtual cursor to read the whole message, this is a Jaws bug.

When it says multi line edit, then you are in an edit box

In preferences you can set enter to send a message or ctrl + enter. If you use enter to send, you can insert a new line with ctrl + enter. So, this setting is really a toggle between the two methods.


Reading

To make sure you have read everything:
1. Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
2. Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads 3. Ctrl + shift + m
and read your mentions and reactions Shift +escape will mark all as
unread, except in threads.

Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel

Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.

Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels

Creating and Sending Messages

Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly
finding things

Responding with emoji is r I find that I can get to a long list of emoji, and pressing the first letter takes you to emoji that begin with that letter, e.g. pressing t gets you to the ts , where thumbs are listed.
Ctrl + n for a new message

In a new message, you can select a channel to send to, in which case, everybody in the channel will receive the message.
You can select to send to an individual by starting to type their name and press down arrow and enter to select. You are then placed in the body of the message, and there is no subject as in an email; it is only the message.

Enter will send the message, unless you selected in preferences for enter to create a new line, in which case ctrl + enter sends. There is no audible confirmation. I use CTRL + enter because that is the same as in Outlook.
Once you have sent, you can press up arrow to confirm what you sent.


You can send to multiple people by selecting them one at a time.
Direct messages
/dm @name-of- person then tab, type message and enter sends George
changed his to ctrl + enteMultiple Work Spaces

You can sign into another work space, which is not easy to figure out.

Once signed into multiple work spaces, CTRL +1 or 2 will switch you
between the various work spaces.r


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of
Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 6:50 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [blind-slackers] My intro

I haven’t even signed into it yet, training starts monday so wanted to get a jump on the key strokes I will need.


On Aug 6, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf
Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while,
but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary
way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn
som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth.
Thanks for having me




















My intro

Kliph
 

Is this with scripts installed or not installed?


Kliph

On Aug 13, 2022, at 11:37 AM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi. I'm including below some notes on Slack by my friend George Kerscher. For some of the hot keys I have found that they don't work on the version of Slack that we have at work, but it is still useful information.

Hot keys

Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.
Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads
Ctrl + shift + m and read your mentions and reactions
Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly finding things
Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.
Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels
To restart Slack CTRL+R
CTRL + comma for preferences
CTRL period closes the sidebar, such as a thread or a direct message
CTRL+/ for hot keys

General

Very important to be aware if you are in (NVDA) browse mode or focus mode or (Jaws) virtual cursor or PC cursor mode.
NVDA key+ spacebar to toggle
Jaws key+ z and jaws key+; for hearing what mode you are in.

Big jaws issue is that Jaws key plus z does not give audio feedback. so, use jaws key plus semicolon to have Jaws speak its state. You will also find that typing keys may say jump or some other navigation, incorrectly, because you are in virtual cursor mode.

@ for a person, # for a channel
In any edit box, you can issue a command, but not in a search edit box. (/)/ followed by a command, e.g. /dm

/feedback with the word accessibility NVDA or JAWS to get it directly to the Slack accessibility bug report.
Think of Direct Messages as a channel with only a few people in it.


It is Better to be on the beta release schedule, select this in preferences
Jaws key + ctrl + v to get the version of the application
NVDA key plus F1 and down arrow a bunch of times to get to the application version.

NVDA or Jaws key plus t for the title of the thing you are in.

It is highly recommended to Stay in focus mode (NVDA) PC cursor (Jaws) most of the time. Treat Slack as an application, not a web page, even though it is based on Electron, like the Chrome browser.
while in focus mode, left and right arrow expands and collapses items.

The ordinality is a known bug, i.e. 9 of 13 or 13 of 13. It cannot be depended on.

/feedback for a bug report, press enter, and it brings up a form dialogue.
Normally messages are fully read, but not all of the time. It may have other items in addition to the text of the message.
Once in a message, tab through it to get to all of the components of the message.
With Jaws, you may need to use the virtual cursor to read the whole message, this is a Jaws bug.

When it says multi line edit, then you are in an edit box

In preferences you can set enter to send a message or ctrl + enter. If you use enter to send, you can insert a new line with ctrl + enter. So, this setting is really a toggle between the two methods.


Reading

To make sure you have read everything:
1. Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
2. Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads
3. Ctrl + shift + m and read your mentions and reactions
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.

Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel

Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.

Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels

Creating and Sending Messages

Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly finding things

Responding with emoji is r I find that I can get to a long list of emoji, and pressing the first letter takes you to emoji that begin with that letter, e.g. pressing t gets you to the ts , where thumbs are listed.
Ctrl + n for a new message

In a new message, you can select a channel to send to, in which case, everybody in the channel will receive the message.
You can select to send to an individual by starting to type their name and press down arrow and enter to select. You are then placed in the body of the message, and there is no subject as in an email; it is only the message.

Enter will send the message, unless you selected in preferences for enter to create a new line, in which case ctrl + enter sends. There is no audible confirmation. I use CTRL + enter because that is the same as in Outlook.
Once you have sent, you can press up arrow to confirm what you sent.


You can send to multiple people by selecting them one at a time.
Direct messages
/dm @name-of- person then tab, type message and enter sends George changed his to ctrl + enteMultiple Work Spaces

You can sign into another work space, which is not easy to figure out.

Once signed into multiple work spaces, CTRL +1 or 2 will switch you between the various work spaces.r


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 6:50 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [blind-slackers] My intro

I haven’t even signed into it yet, training starts monday so wanted to get a jump on the key strokes I will need.


On Aug 6, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while, but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth. Thanks for having me




















Re: My intro

Ted Shelly
 

Hi. I'm including below some notes on Slack by my friend George Kerscher. For some of the hot keys I have found that they don't work on the version of Slack that we have at work, but it is still useful information.

Hot keys

Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.
Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads
Ctrl + shift + m and read your mentions and reactions
Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly finding things
Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.
Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels
To restart Slack CTRL+R
CTRL + comma for preferences
CTRL period closes the sidebar, such as a thread or a direct message
CTRL+/ for hot keys

General

Very important to be aware if you are in (NVDA) browse mode or focus mode or (Jaws) virtual cursor or PC cursor mode.
NVDA key+ spacebar to toggle
Jaws key+ z and jaws key+; for hearing what mode you are in.

Big jaws issue is that Jaws key plus z does not give audio feedback. so, use jaws key plus semicolon to have Jaws speak its state. You will also find that typing keys may say jump or some other navigation, incorrectly, because you are in virtual cursor mode.

@ for a person, # for a channel
In any edit box, you can issue a command, but not in a search edit box. (/)/ followed by a command, e.g. /dm

/feedback with the word accessibility NVDA or JAWS to get it directly to the Slack accessibility bug report.
Think of Direct Messages as a channel with only a few people in it.


It is Better to be on the beta release schedule, select this in preferences
Jaws key + ctrl + v to get the version of the application
NVDA key plus F1 and down arrow a bunch of times to get to the application version.

NVDA or Jaws key plus t for the title of the thing you are in.

It is highly recommended to Stay in focus mode (NVDA) PC cursor (Jaws) most of the time. Treat Slack as an application, not a web page, even though it is based on Electron, like the Chrome browser.
while in focus mode, left and right arrow expands and collapses items.

The ordinality is a known bug, i.e. 9 of 13 or 13 of 13. It cannot be depended on.

/feedback for a bug report, press enter, and it brings up a form dialogue.
Normally messages are fully read, but not all of the time. It may have other items in addition to the text of the message.
Once in a message, tab through it to get to all of the components of the message.
With Jaws, you may need to use the virtual cursor to read the whole message, this is a Jaws bug.

When it says multi line edit, then you are in an edit box

In preferences you can set enter to send a message or ctrl + enter. If you use enter to send, you can insert a new line with ctrl + enter. So, this setting is really a toggle between the two methods.


Reading

To make sure you have read everything:
1. Alt + shift + down arrow for unread direct messages and messages in channels. Up arrow to review, and down arrow to go into the edit field where you can reply. If you have no more unread, it will not do anything.
2. Ctrl + shift + T to read messages in threads
3. Ctrl + shift + m and read your mentions and reactions
Shift +escape will mark all as unread, except in threads.

Ctrl + shift + a for all unread, but perhaps alt + shift+ down arrow is a better approach, it gives you better context.
Alt + up or down arrow keys moves to the next or previous channel

Ctrl + shift + k is only for your direct messages.

Ctrl + shift + l to get to the list of channels

Creating and Sending Messages

Ctrl + K to search for people or channels, then down for quickly finding things

Responding with emoji is r I find that I can get to a long list of emoji, and pressing the first letter takes you to emoji that begin with that letter, e.g. pressing t gets you to the ts , where thumbs are listed.
Ctrl + n for a new message

In a new message, you can select a channel to send to, in which case, everybody in the channel will receive the message.
You can select to send to an individual by starting to type their name and press down arrow and enter to select. You are then placed in the body of the message, and there is no subject as in an email; it is only the message.

Enter will send the message, unless you selected in preferences for enter to create a new line, in which case ctrl + enter sends. There is no audible confirmation. I use CTRL + enter because that is the same as in Outlook.
Once you have sent, you can press up arrow to confirm what you sent.


You can send to multiple people by selecting them one at a time.
Direct messages
/dm @name-of- person then tab, type message and enter sends George changed his to ctrl + enteMultiple Work Spaces

You can sign into another work space, which is not easy to figure out.

Once signed into multiple work spaces, CTRL +1 or 2 will switch you between the various work spaces.r

-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 6:50 PM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [blind-slackers] My intro

I haven’t even signed into it yet, training starts monday so wanted to get a jump on the key strokes I will need.


On Aug 6, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while, but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth. Thanks for having me











Re: My intro

Kliph
 

I haven’t even signed into it yet, training starts monday so wanted to get a jump on the key strokes I will need.

On Aug 6, 2022, at 2:24 PM, Ted Shelly <tshelly@...> wrote:

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly


-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while, but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth. Thanks for having me











Re: My intro

Ted Shelly
 

Hi Kliph,

This is not a very active list. I joined more than a week ago and this is the first message I've seen. Have you tried using Slack at all or are you a complete beginner.? Here's one trick I use: Use f6 to move between elements in the app. Shift-f6 does not always seem to go in exact reverse order.

Ted Shelly

-----Original Message-----
From: blind-slackers@groups.io <blind-slackers@groups.io> On Behalf Of Kliph via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:08 AM
To: blind-slackers@groups.io
Subject: [blind-slackers] My intro

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while, but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth. Thanks for having me


My intro

Kliph
 

Hello, my name is Kliph. Been out of the windows world for a while, but now the job I have excepted requires me to use it. The primary way of communicating with co workers is slack, so I am here to learn som tricks and tips on how to make that experience more smooth. Thanks for having me


Article: 13 must-know Slack keyboard shortcuts for powerful productivity

David Goldfield
 

 

Pcworld.com - Monday, December 13, 2021 at 6:48 AM

13 must-know Slack keyboard shortcuts for powerful productivity

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https://www.pcworld.com/article/557752/13-must-know-slack-keyboard-shortcuts-for-powerful-productivity.html

 

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new member intro, and a few questions?

Jessica Dail <jldail13@...>
 

Hello,
My name is Jessica.
I just joined this group.
I have a few questions about using slack.

1. Is the newest version of slack accessible with voiceover on the mac?
2. Regarding slack on Windows, can anyone give me tips and tricks on how best to use it with jaws and a keyboard?
• how to add/remove workspaces? • how to add/remove channels?
• how to read messages and manage notifications?

Thanks,
Jessica

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