The average American spends about 40 minutes on Facebook per day, which doesn’t seem like much, but when you start crunching numbers, it comes out to a little over four and half hours per week. Yeah, those quick notification checkups and sticker replies on Messenger really add up. To make your routine Facebook checkups a little faster, here are some keyboard shortcuts that you should probably put to use ASAP.

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Between Pages

Shortcuts vary depending on what type of computer you have and what browser you’re using. Pair your basic formula with the appropriate “#” below.

— Internet Explorer for PC: Alt + #, then Enter

— Firefox for PC: Shift + Alt + #

— Safari for Mac: Ctrl + Opt + #

— Firefox for Mac: Ctrl + Opt + #

— Chrome for Mac: Ctrl + Opt + #

— Chrome for PC: Alt + #

The following Access Keys will fill in the #.

— 0: Help

— 1: Home

— 2: Timeline

— 3: Friends

— 4: Inbox

— 5: Notifications

— 6: Settings

— 7: Activity Log

— 8: About

— 9: Terms

Around Your Newsfeed

When it comes to your newsfeed and Messenger, you can use the same shortcuts no matter what type of computer 0r browser you’re using.

— j and k: Scroll up and down through the stories on your newsfeed.

— enter/return: Expand the selected story on your newsfeed (selected stories will have a thin blue border around them while you’re toggling through using j and k)

— p: Post a new status

— l: Like or unlike selected story

— c: Comment on the selected story

— s: Share the selected story

— o: Open an attachment from the selected story

— /: Search

— q: Search chat contacts

In Messenger

— CTRL + g: Search conversations

— CTRL + q: Show/hide keyboard shortcuts

— CTRL + m: Start a new message

— CTRL + y: Archive conversation

— CTRL + z: Unarchive conversation

— CTRL + r: Mark message as read/unread

— CTRL + i: Go to inbox

— CTRL + u: Go to other

If you ever forget a shortcut, you can either return to this post or hit SHIFT + / while you’re on your newsfeed. The list of shortcuts will pop up on your screen, and you’ll soon be navigating like a pro.

What other websites do you want to know all the keyboard shortcuts for? Let us know in the comments below.