Blackberry Brilliance – Tips And Tricks For Court Reporters, Lawyers And Business People Everywhere


I recently attended the STAR conference in Orlando, and one of the best panels was put on by a trio of court reporters who were technological geniuses.

One of the panelists was Nicholas Rennillo, Esq., out of Ohio. Nick gave everyone some quick Blackberry tricks that have transformed my life when it comes to organization, efficiency, and knowing my Blackberry. Here is a quick synopsis of what I learned:

1. Keep all of your emails you receive on your Blackberry. Don’t erase. Everything is searchable and valuable.

2. One of my favorite tips was if you are scrolling down and reading messages, to quickly get to the top, hit T (top), and you will be on your newest message.

3. If you are reading a message and want to go to the next previous message, hit P (previous).

4. To go to the bottom of all messages, hit B (bottom).

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