by Sai gowtham

30+ Vscode keyboard shortcuts that improve your Productivity

Today, I’m going to show you 30+ vscode keyboard shortcuts that will improve your productivity.

Note: If you are using windows, then use Ctrl in the place of Cmd.

1. Opening command pallete

To open a command palette, you can use Cmd + Shift + P or F1.

2. Opening new window/instance

To open a new vscode window, you can use Shift + Cmd + N.

3. Closing a window/instance

To close an opened window, you can use Cmd + W

4. Opening files

To quickly open your project files, you can use Cmd + P.

5. User settings

To open the user settings, you can use Cmd + ,.

6. Moving the line-up

To move the code line up, you can use Alt + ↑.

7. Moving the line down

To move the code line down, you can use Alt + ↓.

8. Selecting the multiple lines up

To select the multiple lines of code, you can use Shift + Alt + ↑.

9. Selecting the multiple lines down

To select the multiple lines of code, you can use Shift + Alt + ↓.

10. Deleting the line

To delete the line, you can use Cmd + Shift + K.

11. Inserting the line below

To insert the line below, you can use Cmd + Enter

12. Inserting the line above

To insert the line above, you can use Cmd + Shift + Enter.

13. Jumping to matching bracket

To jump to a matching bracket, you can use Cmd + Shift + \.

14. Indenting line

To indent the line, you can use Cmd + ].

15. Outdenting line

To outdent the line, you can use Cmd + [.

16. Moving to file beginning

To move to the beginning of a file, you can use Cmd + ↑.

17. Moving to file end

To move to the end of a file, you can use Cmd + ↓.

18. Folding region

To fold the region, you can use Alt+ Cmd + [.

19. Unfolding region

To unfold the region, you can use Alt+ Cmd + ].

20. Toggle line comment

To add or remove line comment, you can use Cmd + /.

21. Toggle block comment

To add or remove block comment, you can use Shift + Alt + A.

22. Inserting cursor

To insert a cursor, you can use Alt + click.

23. Selecting the current line

To select the current line, you can use Cmd + L.

24. Selecting all occurrence of a word

To select all occurrences of a selected word, you can use Cmd + F2.

25. Find

To find anything in the current file, you can use Cmd + F.

26. Zoom In

To zoom in, you can use Cmd +

27. Zoom Out

To zoom out, you can use Cmd -

28. Show or hide sidebar

To show or hide the sidebar, you can use Cmd + \.

29. Closing editor

To close a current editor, you can use Cmd + W.

30. Reopen closed editor

To reopen closed editor, you can use Cmd + Shift + T.

31. Previewing markdown

To preview the markdown, you can use Cmd + Shift + V.

32. Opening integrated terminal

To open the integrated terminal, you can use Ctrl + `.

33. Errors & Warnings

If you want to see errors and warnings in your project, you can use Cmd + Shift + M.

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