The Super Key is the OS key on your keyboard and is the Ubuntu or Pop key (, ).
In Ubuntu, 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.
Ctrl + Alt + ↑/↓ switch workspaces up and down.
+ ←/→ 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)|
|Ctrl + Alt + ↑/↓||Switch workspace up/down||Switch workspace up/down with window|
|+ ←/→||Tile window to the left/right|
|+ ↑||Toggle maximize|
|+ ↓||Restore window (unmaximize/untile)|
|+ Shift + ←/→/↑/↓||Move window to display to the left, right, top, or bottom|
|+ Right-drag||Resize window|
|+ 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|
|Ctrl + Alt + T||Terminal|
|Alt + Space||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)|