macOS – Apple Calendar Shortcut Keys
Apple Calendar Shortcut Keys for macOS
Command+Right Arrow – Go to the next day, week, month, or year.
Command+Left Arrow – Go to the previous day, week, month, or year.
Command+T – Go to today’s date.
Shift+Command+T – Go to a specific date.
Command+1 – Switch to Day view.
Command+2 – Switch to Week view.
Command+3 – Switch to Month view.
Command+4 – Switch to Year view.
Ctrl+Command+F – Switch to full+screen view. To exit full+screen view, press Escape.
Command+R – Refresh all calendars.
Spacebar(with the Calendar list open) – Select or deselect the checkbox next to the selected calendar.
Command+Click any calendar’s checkbox – Select or deselect all the checkboxes next to calendars in the Calendar list.
Shift+Command+N – Add a new calendar group.
Option+Command+S – Add a new subscribed calendar.
Command+N – Add a new event.
Command+E – Edit the selected event.
Option+Command+I – Edit the selected event in a new window.
Tab(while an event is open) – Go to the next field.
Shift+Tab(while an event is open) – Go to the previous field.
Esc(while an event is open) – Close the event editor.
Tab – Select the next event.
Shift+Tab – Select the previous event.
Arrow keys – Select the next or previous event.
Ctrl+Click the event, then choose a calendar from the popup menu – Move an event to another calendar.
Ctrl+Option+Up Arrow – Move the selected event 15 minutes earlier (in Day or Week view); move the selected event one week earlier (in Month view).
Ctrl+Option+Down Arrow – Move the selected event 15 minutes later (in Day or Week view); move the selected event one week later (in Month view).
Command+’ – Open Calendar preferences.
Command+I – Show information for a calendar or event.
Option+Command+A – Show or hide the Address panel.
Shift+Command+A – Show or hide the Availability panel.