Becoming a member
Guide for members
What ArtsPool does
What ArtsPool does: an overview
Workforce Administration services
Compliance and other services
Requesting changes to ArtsPool's scope of services
ArtsPool: an introduction
Requesting work from ArtsPool
Suggested titles, descriptions, and content for tasks
How member bills are calculated
Requesting digital signature processing for a document
Share important events or deadlines with ArtsPool's calendar
Training quick links
Membership communication guide
New hire onboarding
Submitting a new hire task in the ArtsPool app
Guidance on creating offer letters
Employee benefits data management
Upload Proof of Vaccination
Submit I-9 document in BeyondPay
Edit My Profile in BeyondPay
Submitting direct deposit info in BeyondPay
Submitting I-9 in BeyondPay
Submitting W4 and state withholding forms in BeyondPay
Employee Payroll Setup: A to Z Guide
Revenue and expenses
Managing petty cash
How to submit receipts to ArtsPool
Submitting bank deposits
How to code expenses and respond to clarification requests
Requesting payment for a bill
Xero-compatible check stock
Grants and contributions
Managing your NY State Grants Gateway prequalification
Requesting a grant budget or financial report
General BeyondPay training
Updating your BeyondPay password
Homescreen: Understanding My Personal Info
Changing your name with ArtsPool
Homescreen: Understanding My Actions
Homescreen: Understanding My Forms
BeyondPay training for employees
BeyondPay training for payroll admin
Accessing reports in BeyondPay
Unlocking employee accounts in BeyondPay
Verifying I-9 Forms
Approving timesheets in BeyondPay
Understanding payroll and BeyondPay
Homescreen: Understanding Employee Management
Submitting and approving employee time off requests
Payroll FAQs - a troubleshooting guide
Submit time off request in the ArtsPool app
BeyondPay mobile app
Download W2 from payroll
Paying independent contractors
Start Here: Compliance Office Hours
Compliance Toolkit basics
Providing annual sexual harassment prevention training and materials
Understanding conflict of interest disclosures
Board actions for New York nonprofits
Funding and vendor portals supported by ArtsPool
Understanding corporate policies
Fiscal control stopgaps: what NOT to do
Compliance Office Hours
Uploading and downloading an employee document in BeyondPay
The ArtsPool app
Getting started with tasks
Working with your task list
Searching for tasks
Commenting on a task
Adding a document to a task
Adding people to tasks
Member pages in the ArtsPool app
Tasks and privacy
Setting up a Google account
Google Drive tips and tricks
Syncing Google Drive files to your desktop
Exporting a Google Sheet to PDF
Getting started with Google Sheets
Migrating data between Google Apps accounts
Email like a champ with Gmail keyboard shortcuts
Submit tasks at lightning speed with email templates
Data security guide for members
Security on macOS
Data Security Policy
1Password account setup
1Password account management
Importing passwords into 1Password
Working with documents
Governance and other goodies
External partners and vendors
Selection of vendors, consultants, software, and tools
How to choose software
Terms of Service
What's changed: 2020 ArtsPool Service Agreement Update Summary
Dispute and Indemnity Summary
Annex A: Pricing and Billing
Annex B: Member Service Contact List
Annex C: Member Services List
Annex D: Onboarding Procedures
Annex G: Data Security Policy
Annex H: Limitations of Liability and Indemnification
Annex I: Dispute Resolution
Annex J: Improvement Process for Members not in Good Standing
Annex M: General Legal Provisions
Annex K: Termination Provisions
Annex L: Offboarding Procedures
Annex N: Defined Terms
Professional development resources
Updated by Max Dana
Keyboard shortcuts are a little-known but extremely useful feature of Gmail that will help you tame your email workflow. Memorize the shortcuts for your most common actions and get started on your quest for inbox zero.
Some of the most useful shortcuts are turned off by default and need to be activated.
- Click the gear in the top right and select Settings.
- Find the "Keyboard shortcuts" section and select Keyboard shortcuts on.
- Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
Allows you to compose a new message. Shift + c allows you to compose a message in a new window.
Compose in a new tab
Opens a compose window in a new tab.
Puts your cursor in the search box.
Move to newer conversation
Opens or moves your cursor to a more recent conversation. You can hit Enter to expand a conversation.
Move to older conversation
Opens or moves your cursor to the next oldest conversation. You can hit Enter to expand a conversation.
In 'Conversation view', moves your cursor to the newer message. You can hit Enter to expand or collapse a message.
In 'Conversation view', moves your cursor to the older message. You can hit Enter to expand or collapse a message.
Go to next inbox section
If you use an inbox style with tabs or sections, you can quickly navigate to the next section.
Go to previous inbox section
If you use an inbox style with tabs or sections, you can quickly navigate to the previous section.
o or Enter
Opens your conversation. Also expands or collapses a message if you are in 'Conversation View.'
Return to conversation list
Returns you to the inbox, or list of conversations (e.g. list of search results).
Archive your conversation from any view.
Snooze the selected message(s).
Archives the conversation, and all future messages skip the Inbox unless sent or cc'd directly to you. Learn more.
Automatically checks and selects a conversation so that you can archive, apply a label, or choose an action from the drop-down menu to apply to that conversation.
Star a message or conversation
Adds or removes a star to a message or conversation. Stars allow you to give a message or conversation a special status.
Mark as important
Helps Gmail learn what's important to you by marking misclassified messages. (Specific to Priority Inbox)
Mark as unimportant
Helps Gmail learn what's not important to you by marking misclassified messages. (Specific to Priority Inbox)
Marks a message as spam and removes it from your conversation list.
Replies to the message sender. Shift + r allows you to reply to a message in a new window. (Only applicable in 'Conversation View.')
Replies to all message recipients. Shift + a allows you to reply to all message recipients in a new window. (Only applicable in 'Conversation View.')
Forwards a message. Shift + f allows you to forward a message in a new window. (Only applicable in 'Conversation View.')
Escape from input field
Removes the cursor from your current input field.
Saves the current text as a draft when composing a message. Hold the /⌘ key while pressing s and make sure your cursor is in one of the text fields -- either the composition pane, or any of the To, CC, BCC, or Subject fields -- when using this shortcut.
Moves the conversation to Trash.
Opens the Labels menu to label a conversation.
Moves the conversation from the inbox to a different label, Spam or Trash.
Mark as read
Marks your message as 'read' and skip to a newer message.
Mark as unread
Marks your message as 'unread' so you can go back to it later.
Go to the inbox
Returns you to your inbox
Update current conversation
Updates your current conversation when there are new messages.
Reverses your previous action, if possible (works for actions with an 'undo' link)
Opens a pane with a list of keyboard shortcuts that can be used in Gmail.
Customize your shortcuts
Don't like Google's choice of shortcut keys? Just remap them to your preferred keys by following the steps below.
- Click on the gear icon to open your Gmail settings.
- Click See all settings.
- In the Advanced tab, select Enable next to Custom keyboard shortcuts.
- Click Save Changes. This will generate a new settings tab called Keyboard Shortcuts.
- Click on the Keyboard Shortcuts tab.
- Remap the actions to your preferred keys and click Save Changes.