The Spreadsheet capabilities

Hate scrolling up and down to find an item? Us too! This is the reason why we came up with the Spreadsheet capabilities. Have a little scroll to discover them! 👇

The Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat sheet

You can access our keyboard shortcuts within your account. Click on your avatar located on the upper right of your screen and select "keyboard shortcuts"


You can also press Shift ? to open this menu. 




Bolt Switch 

The Boltswitch allows you to quickly switch between boards in your account. Use keyboard shortcut Command + B on a Mac or Ctrl + B on a PC. Type the name of your desired board in Boltswitch to switch between boards as fast as lightning! 



Close a pulse page

When your pulse page is open, you can close it using by pressing Esc.




Navigate around your board

You can use the arrows of your keyboard to navigate easily around your board just like in Excel. 


Copy paste cell content

For Mac:



For windows:

Copy: CTRL+C

Paste: CTRL+V


Right click on any cell



Edit any cell 

Once you are on a cell, hit enter to be able to edit it. Simple as that!

nav2.gifOpen any cell view

By hitting space on the timeline column, it will directly open your timeline. You can as well do the same on a pulse's name to open the update section. Give it a try 😊


Close editing any cell 


Clear any cell

Use backspace (delete) to clear any cell. 

Enter an update

If you'd like to save an update you have written in the Updates Feed, press Command + Enter and your update will be submitted.


Exit fullscreen mode

When you have a board in full screen mode, you can exit by pressing Esc.

Search for a group within your board

Looking for a specific group within your board? Use the Command + F and you will automatically be directed to the filter board. The filter board is an easy tool allowing you to filter anything within your board. Check out how it works right here

Select multiple pulses

Hold Command (Ctrl on a PCwhile clicking on a pulse to build a list of pulses to move, archive, or delete all at once! You can click here to learn more about using batch actions.


If you have any questions further questions, please feel free to reach out to our customer success team at We are available 24/7 and happy to assist.