The following is a list of the various shortcut keys available in WatchMe.

  • Ctrl+T: Add a new timer to the current tab.
  • Alt+T: Add a new timer to the current tab and start it.
  • Ctrl+S: Stop all timers.
  • Ctrl+Shift+S: Stop all timers on current tab.
  • Ctrl+R: Reset all timers.
  • Ctrl+Shift+R: Reset all timers on current tab.
  • Ctrl+F: Cycle through the various timer formats.
  • Ctrl+1: Toggle whether only one timer can run at a time, or any number of timers can run at one time.
  • Ctrl+Shift+T : Turns “Show Totals” on/off.
  • Ctrl+E: Export all timers.
  • Ctrl+Shift+E: Export all timers on current tab.
  • Ctrl+Shift+C : Copy all timers to the clipboard
  • Alt+C : Add a new countdown to the active tab.
  • Alt+G: Start all countdowns.
  • Alt+S: Stop all countdowns.
  • Alt+Shift + S: Stop all countdowns on active tab.
  • Alt+R: Reset all countdowns.
  • Alt+Shift+R: Reset all countdowns on current tab.
  • Alt+F: Cycle through the various timer formats.
  • Alt+E: Export all countdowns.
  • Alt+Shift+E: Export all countdowns on current tab.
  • Ctrl+Shift+R : Reset timers on the current tab
  • Ctrl+Alt+R : Reset countdowns on the current tab
  • Ctrl+Shift+N: Clear all notes.
  • Ctrl+Shift+F: Clear all flags.
  • Ctrl+O: Open the options screen.
  • Ctrl+Q: Quit.
  • PgUp: When editing a timer’s name, adds 1 minute of time to the currently selected timer.
  • PgDn: When editing a timer’s name, subtracts 1 minute of time from the currently selected timer.
  • Alt+PgUp: When editing a timer’s name, adds 1 hour of time to the currently selected timer.
  • Alt+PgDn: When editing a timer’s name, subtracts 1 hour of time from the currently selected timer.
  • Down Arrow: When editing a timer or countdown’s name, if you hit the down arrow the timer/countdown will move down the screen.
  • Up Arrow: When editing a timer or countdown’s name, if you hit the up arrow the timer/countdown will move up the screen.
  • Ctrl+PgUp and Ctrl+PgDn : Cycle between tabs.