Keyboard shortcuts are the keystroke combinations that help streamline workflows, boost productivity, and enhance user experience. In UiPath StudioX, mastering keyboard shortcuts is essential for efficient task execution and seamless automation. Here's a comprehensive list of keyboard shortcuts categorized for various functionalities within UiPath StudioX:

File Management Shortcuts

Ctrl + Shift + N: Creates a new Blank Task.

Ctrl + C: Copies an activity from the Designer panel to the clipboard.

Ctrl + O: Opens a previously created task or file.

Ctrl + L: Opens the folder where Log files are stored.

Ctrl + S: Saves the currently opened project.

Ctrl + V: Pastes a copied activity from the clipboard into the Designer panel.

Ctrl + Tab / Alt + F7: Moves focus between workflow files and panels.

Search Shortcuts

F3 or Ctrl + Shift + P: Opens the Command Palette.

Ctrl + Shift + T: Opens the Common scenarios and activities search bar.

Ctrl + J: Opens the Jump to activity search bar.

Ctrl + Alt + A: Opens and focuses the Properties panel.

Ctrl + Alt + F: Sets focus to the search box in the Activities panel.

Tab: Navigates through items or elements in the panel or activity.

Comment Shortcuts

Ctrl + D: Ignores the selected activity by placing it into a Comment Out container.

Ctrl + E: Removes the activity from the Comment Out container.

Debugging Shortcuts

Ctrl + Alt + E: Opens the Error List panel.

Recording Shortcuts

F2: Adds delay during a recording activity.

Workflow Analysis and Execution Shortcuts

F5: Runs the current project.

F6: Runs the current project in Picture in Picture mode.

F7: Checks the file for validation errors and Workflow Analyzer violations.

Shift + F7: Checks the whole project for validation errors and Workflow Analyzer violations.

F8: Checks the file for validation errors.

Shift + F8: Checks all project files for validation errors.

F12: Stops the execution of the current workflow.

Selected Activity Shortcuts

Ctrl + C: Copies the selected activity to the clipboard.

Ctrl + V: Pastes the copied activity inside the selected item.

Ctrl + Space: Opens the IntelliPrompt window in the Expression Editor.

F2: Renames the selected activity.

Shift + F2: Adds an annotation to a selected activity.

Shift + Tab: Navigates to the previous activity or node in the Activities panel.

Tab: Moves through the fields and buttons in the activity.

Status Bar Shortcuts

Alt + D: Accesses the Source Control, Orchestrator folders, and Orchestrator/Cloud Connection menus in the status bar.

Shift + Tab: Cycles through the menus in the status bar.

Enter: Opens the selected menu.

Miscellaneous Shortcuts

F1: Accesses help topics associated with the selected element.

Ctrl + P: Opens the Manage Packages window.

Esc: Closes various windows like Publish, Manage Packages, and File Diff.

Ctrl + F1: Minimizes or expands the ribbon.

Ctrl + Alt + D: Switches focus to the Save button from the Design tab.

Alt + F4: Closes the current window.

Alt + -: Opens the Options context menu in the title bar.

Windows key + Up Arrow: Maximizes the current window.

Windows key + Down Arrow: Restores down the current window.

Ribbon and Home Tab Shortcut Keys

Alt + D: Accesses shortcut keys for the Design tab ribbon.

Alt + H: Opens the Home tab (Studio Backstage View) and access shortcut keys for the Home tab.

Design Tab Ribbon Keys

S: Saves the project.

R: Opens the Run drop-down.

C: Copies the selected activities.

X: Cuts the selected activities.

V: Pastes the copied activities.

MP: Opens the Manage Packages window.

A: Opens the Analyze File drop-down.

EX: Opens the Export to Excel window.

P: Opens the Publish window.

Home Tab Keys

Z: Goes back to the previous tab if a project is open.

O: Opens a project.

C: Closes the currently open project.

S: Opens the Start tab.

T: Opens the Templates tab.

L: Opens the Tools tab.

E: Opens the Settings tab.

H: Opens the Help tab.

By mastering these keyboard shortcuts, users can expedite their workflow, navigate seamlessly through UiPath StudioX, and unleash the full potential of automation capabilities.