Yes, inFlow has some shortcuts to help you accomplish your tasks more quickly. Certainly tabbing will allow you to jump between fields and the arrow keys will allow you to navigate within tables but these shortcuts are designed for things like jumping between tabs etc.
System Level Shortcuts
This would be general navigation around inFlow, switching tabs etc
|Ctrl + T
|Open new top level tab.
|Ctrl + Tab
|Move to next top level tab (to the right)
|Ctrl + Shift + Tab
|Move to previous top level tab (to the left)
|Ctrl + W OR Ctrl + F4
|Close currently selected tab
Record Level Shortcuts
This would be major functionality within the records like saving, creating a
new record etc.
|Ctrl + N
|Create a new record
|Ctrl + S
|Save the current record
|Ctrl + P
|Print/Preview/Export documents related to this (when in order)
|Ctrl + D
|Create a copy of the current record (or order)
|Ctrl + V
|Open versions window to review changes
|Ctrl + I
|Deactivate the current record (when in product, vendor, or customer record
|Ctrl + M
|Add an attachment
Some other Time-Savers
This would be some small choices within different parts of the software
allowing you to increase efficiency.
|Right-Click on “Refresh”
Clears out all your filters at once and lets you start over
(available in listing views and in the item dropdown on the order).
|Right-Click on title line of table
Gives you the option of “Export Contents to CSV”, and creates a file for you.
(available on most tables, eg. Bill of Materials, or Purchase Order List).
|Right-Click on title line of Order Listing View
Gives you the option of exporting specific orders from the system (i.e. details such as what’s on the order). This can be used to send recent transactions to other programs for invoicing etc.
(available only on Sales Order and Purchase Order listing views).