Use CTRL+K to Add Hyperlinks in Gmail Messages

Submitted by Tim Roper on Thursday, March 01, 2012

ShareThisGoogle recently enabled a useful keyboard shortcut (CTRL+K for Windows, CMD+K in OS X) to add hyperlinks and clickable email addresses to the text of Gmail messages. Watch the video below for a demonstration:

ctrl + k

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