First things first, if you're going to get around Gmail quickly, you're going to need to be able to access your shortcuts. To do this, take a look at the upper right hand corner of your Gmail account. There, you'll see a 'gear' icon you can select. Once you select it, you'll choose the option next to Keyboard Shortcuts and turn them on.
Whie a simple "C" allows you to compose a new message, Shift + "C" will allow you to compose that message in a new window. A less-obvious shortcut is when you select "G" then "T." This takes you to all of the mail you've sent. "*" and "U" selects all of your unread mail, while "*" and then "R" selects all of the mail you've read.
Check out the infographic below for more revelations on Gmail shortcuts.
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