Cisco Jabber for Mac Main Window Navigation and General Controls
This document lists keyboard accessibility procedures unique to Cisco Jabber for Mac. The available keyboard shortcuts depend on your organization's setup of Cisco Jabber for Mac.
- During an active conversation with the Cisco Jabber window active
- On an incoming call with the Cisco Jabber window active
- Global keyboard shortcuts with the Cisco Jabber window in the background
- Other call functions with the Cisco Jabber window active
- Keyboard shortcuts when the main Cisco Jabber window is active
- Voicemail keyboard shortcuts with the main Cisco Jabber window active
- Messaging – when the Chat window is in active
- Other useful keyboard shortcuts when the Cisco Jabber window is active
During an active conversation with the Cisco Jabber window active
Mute Audio toggle On/Off
This keyboard shortcut is valid only if you modify the global keyboard shortcut for Mute on/off. See Global keyboard shortcuts with the Cisco Jabber window in the background.
Hold, Conference, Park, Transfer, Send Call to Mobile
Access through the Jabber menus when the Conversation window is active, or TAB or SHIFT-TAB to move through the buttons and objects in the window.
On an incoming call with the Cisco Jabber window active
Answer a Call
When the Conversation window is in focus, TAB or SHIFT-TAB to move to the Ignore or Answer button.
Answer a call and to see the caller ID
Global keyboard shortcuts with the Cisco Jabber window in the background
Answer an incoming call
Mute on/off – in desk phone mode only
Dial selected text in an application
Answer a call and to see the Caller ID
Modify keyboard shortcuts for Show the global Jabber Menu, Answer an Incoming Call, and Hide Jabber with the following steps:
Other call functions with the Cisco Jabber window active
Keyboard shortcuts when the main Cisco Jabber window is active
Navigate to and select Contacts
Navigate to and select Chats tab
Navigate to and select Calls tab
Navigate to and select Voicemail tab
Navigate to and select Meetings tab
Add a contact
Show Expanded Contacts View (toggle open and closed)
Show Offline Contacts
Bring the main Cisco Jabber window into focus
COMMAND - /
Voicemail keyboard shortcuts with the main Cisco Jabber window active
Messaging – when the Chat window is in active
Start a chat with the selected contact COMMAND-N Start a group chat with multiple selected contacts OPTION-SHIFT-COMMAND-N Close chat COMMAND-W Exit the messaging text entry field CONTROL-Tab Restore default font
Show All Fonts
Other useful keyboard shortcuts when the Cisco Jabber window is active
Add a contact COMMAND-D Add a group SHIFT-COMMAND-D Share desktop with the selected contact OPTION-SHIFT-COMMAND-M Send file to a selected contact OPTION-COMMAND-F View File Transfers window OPTION-COMMAND-L Close chat COMMAND-W Get info COMMAND-I View my profile SHIFT-CONTROL-COMMAND-I
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