Welcome to the Keyboard Maestro Wiki, a wiki designed just for Keyboard Maestro users of all levels of expertise and experience. Keyboard Maestro is a powerful automation tool for macOS which uses Macros to automate your workflows. If you are relatively new to Keyboard Maestro, and need help, then you may want to just jump to Quick_Start.
This wiki aims to help new users get started, and then provide wider and deeper understanding of Keyboard Maestro by explaining how to create and use Macros and Actions in detail, usually with examples and references. We want to help you get started quickly, and then learn how to take full advantage of Keyboard Maestro. Note that now the User Manual is actually part of this Wiki. A search of this Wiki will include the User Manual.
This Wiki mostly provides information about using the Keyboard Maestro.app, or as it is sometimes called, the “Keyboard Maestro editor”. This is the application that you use to create and manage your Keyboard Maestro Macros, and Macro Groups. Separate from the Keyboard Maestro app, is the Keyboard Maestro Engine, which is normally always running in the background. It is the software that detects and processes your Macro triggers, whether or not the Keyboard Maestro.app is running.
This Wiki will respond to a “help” request make from an Action in the Keyboard Maestro.app. For details see Getting Help in the Keyboard Maestro app.
The wiki reflects the most recent version of Keyboard Maestro, usually with notes to indicate when something applies only to recent versions. The official Keyboard Maestro User Manual for the current version is also on the wiki. If you do not immediately see the appropriate topic, try searching the wiki.
|Special Topics||Standard Topics|
| • About Keyboard Maestro |
• External Links
• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
• Getting Started
• Quick Start
• Scripting the Keyboard Maestro editor
• Searching the Wiki
• Syncing Macros Between Macs
• Transition from other programs or versions
• Transition From QuicKeys
• User Manual
| • Actions
• Dates and Times
• Macro Groups
• Macro Library (example macros)
• Regular Expressions
• Status Menu
• Text Fields
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We would love to have real users editing these wiki pages, so if you would like an account to help add to the documentation about Keyboard Maestro, please email us!