MakeUseOf: The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Commands Cheat Sheet. “While the Raspberry Pi runs on Linux, there are a few more features that you’d find in a common Linux distribution. The addition of GPIO pins, along with the two main libraries supporting them, means much more to remember! That’s why we’ve prepared this handy cheat sheet for day-to-day Raspberry Pi usage.”
MakeUseOf: The Zoom Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet for Desktop. “With a steep rise in remote working all over the world, the video conferencing tool Zoom is gaining users rapidly. It enables teams to organize and conduct online meetings with ease. If you use Zoom for remote communication, the cheat sheet below can be of great help. It contains keyboard shortcuts to help you use the Zoom interface effortlessly for group messaging and video calling.”
MakeUseOf: The Netflix Secret Codes Cheat Sheet. “As a Netflix user, one of the main dilemmas you probably face is deciding what to watch. Yes, there are apps and websites to help you find interesting content on Netflix. But what if you have niche interests or want to watch content from an ultra-specific genre? How do you narrow down your choices then? Netflix itself can come to your rescue here with its collection of secret categories.”
MakeUseOf: The Minecraft Commands Cheat Sheet. “Whether you’re trying to manage a server or you just want to give yourself a bunch of diamonds, Minecraft commands are a useful tool. You can type them into your chat, or load them into a command block for automated use.”
MakeUseOf: The YouTube Shortcuts and Tips Cheat Sheet. “The cheat sheet contains keyboard shortcuts, URL shortcuts, and search operators. For YouTube creators we’ve added standard dimensions specified by YouTube for creating all types of graphics and videos.” Extensive!
MakeUseOf: The Slack Cheat Sheet: Shortcuts, Commands, and Syntax to Know. “If you use Slack at work, you’ll probably agree that its layout and feature set are quite complex. Fortunately, both these elements are well planned and easy to use. But with so much going on in the interface, it’s quite natural to miss out on several features unless you go looking for them specifically.”