The Super Key is the OS key on your keyboard and is the Ubuntu or Pop key (, ).
In Pop!_OS, handles the majority of OS and window actions.
Tapping on its own brings up the Activities overview, which is the core way of launching apps and managing your workflow.
+ ↑/↓ switch workspaces up and down.
Ctrl + + ←/→ tile windows to the left and right of your display.
+ Tab quickly switches between your open windows.
Windows can be switched between, moved around, tiled, and closed all with the keyboard. Shift acts as a modifier that lets you do a variation on the action, too.
|+ Tab||Switch windows||Switch windows backwards|
|+ `||Switch windows of current app||Switch windows of current app backwards|
|+ W||Close window|
|+ H||Hide window (minimize)|
|+ ↑/↓||Switch workspace up/down||Switch workspace up/down with window|
|+ Home/End||Switch to first/last workspace||Switch to first/last workspace with window|
|Ctrl + + ←/→||Tile window to the left/right|
|Ctrl + + ↑||Toggle maximize|
|Ctrl + + ↓||Restore window (unmaximize/untile)|
|Shift + Ctrl + + ←/→/↑/↓||Move window to display to the left, right, top, or bottom|
|+ Drag||Move window|
|+ Right-drag||Resize window|
|Alt + Space||Window menu|
|+ P||Presentation mode (cycle display modes)|
|+ L||Lock screen|
|+ O||Orientation lock (on devices w/accelerometer)|
|+ D||Show desktop|
|+ V||Calendar and notifications indicator|
|+ N||Focus active notification|
|+ M||Application menu|
|+ Space||Switch input source|
|Alt + F2||Run command|
|Ctrl + Alt + Del||Log out|
Accessibility shortcuts use Alt + as their base.
|Alt + + S||Toggle screen reader|
|Alt + + 8||Toggle magnifier|
|Alt + + +/-||Zoom in/out (when magnifier is active)|