Sometimes, working with the computer means performing a lot of repetitive tasks: always opening the same websites, launching the same apps, writing the same words and sentences… what if you could automate all of that and save a lot of time?
With Signo you can assign customizable hotkeys to many different actions on your computer, from launching a given application to writing a certain text on a document, opening a website or even capturing your screen. The program already includes a bunch of ready-made hotkeys to get you started.
Signo features a simple interface with a top bar from where you can access all the different categories which hotkeys are classified in. Whether it's a shortcut for a code snippet or a hotkey to access Gmail, all you have to do to create a new entry in Signo is click on the green plus sign on top of the left sidebar and fill in the fields.
Signo runs unobtrusively in the background, and displays an icon on the system tray from which you can launch any hotkey and also review the full list – which comes in really handy, considering you have to learn all of them by heart if you want to take full advantage of the program.
With Signo you can create and assign customizable keyboard shortcuts to all sorts of actions: opening websites, launching applications, inserting text and more.