Sometimes, I think a trick, hack or shortcut that I do with technology is unimpressive and something that everyone either knows or doesn’t care about. But then, when I mention it to someone, and they’re like “Whoa!” I think “Welp, this should be an EduGIF.”
Recently, I had the good fortune to be recording a guest appearance on the Shukes & Giff Podcast (er, maybe it’s the Shukes & Jake Podcast, now!? Kidding!). When I was chatting about Emoji Bullets with Kim Pollishuke (a.k.a. “Shukes”), I mentioned, “So, I’ll just click Shift+Command+8 and then…” and she said “Wait, What!?” And then I knew it, EduGIF time. So here it is . . .
in most Google Tools:
- Click CTRL (Command on Mac) + Shift + 7 for Numbering
- Click it again to undo numbering
- Click CTRL (Command on Mac) + Shift + 8 for Bullets
- Click it again to undo bullets
Here’s the EduGIF!
Shukes & Giff are amazing and the EDUgif you created makes it even easier! Mind blown again…thanks!
This is so cool! I was able to make the numbering shortcut work but not the bulleting one. I am wondering why. I would totally use these all the time in my work so I’m kind of curious to solve this mystery.
Jake, I love your tips and tutorials. Thanks!
Weird! Did you end up figuring this issue out? It should be ctrl+shift+7 and ctrl+shift+8.