Joshua DanceEngineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker

What is your favorite keyboard shortcut tool?

I have tried a few. I used Dash for code, but looking for a simple everyday tool
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    Alfred 3

    The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better

    If you use a Mac, there's no better than Alfred, that I've ever found. Hotkeys, keywords, text expansion and more. Search your Mac and the web, plus custom actions to control your Mac. It's awesome.
    Panshul GuptaSoftware Engineer in Munich, Germany. · Written
    I have been using Alfred for quite some time now... and it solves a lot of things for me on a mac, with a power pack. Amazing replacement for spotlight with power features, keyboard shortcuts, for email templates and code snippets. I even replaced some of my bash alias with Alfred shortcuts.
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    Keyboard shortcuts updated across all your devices

    I wonder if you might benefit from TextExpander? You can create your own shortcuts and those shortcuts will prefill any of your text (including long sentences or parapraphs. It's great for customer support, email responses, blogging, and even some coding.
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    Sublime Tutor

    Learn Sublime Text from a tutor who sits inside the editor

    Jon MaldiaMaker | Entrepreneur | Developer · Written
    Not really a tool but if you are code or even if you just need to take notes, you can use sublime and this tutorial is excellent. It teaches you the most useful shortcuts in app. I also recommend TextExpander (suggested by @loralleehutton)
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    Keyboard Maestro 8.0
    ArunHappiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    Not sure if this is what you want, but Keyboard Maestro is the best tool to configure shortcuts of your own.
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    Dash 3.0

    Offline docs & reference for 150+ APIs, languages & tools

    Alan HouserFounder - Designer at Squareflair · Written
    It was mentioned above, but because it didn't get added, I thought it needed a fair shake. I use it for code shortcuts and even some typical canned email responses! (if you want to set up a meeting, *THUD!* — save so much time)