Google Docs is an awesome tool for collaborative writing, especially when you need to get or give feedback. That’s because you can insert little comments into the document that can contain discussions and be resolved when they’re finished. This is available in Google Docs’ “Insert” menu, but it’s also a handy keyboard shortcut.
On Windows, you just need to press Control+Alt+M. On Mac OS X, it’s Command+Option+M. That’ll bring up a comment and you can start typing right away. You can add as many comments as you want by just selecting what you want to comment on and using this keyboard shortcut.
For a quick demo, check out the video above.
Shortcut of the Day highlights a great shortcut on various platforms from the desktop to mobile devices to the web. You can find more shortcuts here.