This time it’s not a single keyboard shortcut. There’s a little known feature of ReSharper, called To-Do Items. It’s a series of tags, you can define, and when you put them in your comments somewhere in the code, ReSharper will pick the comment up and put it, in the To-Do Explorer Window.
There are 3 predefined tags: TODO, BUG, NOTE and NotImplemented which picks up the NotImplementedException occurrences in your code. Yes, this is not a code comment, but most of the time you’ll use comments only.
So how is this useful and boosts productivity?
As you code your way, you can tag it with such comments, mostly for later review or to fix later.
You can then immediately view all of them in To-Do Explorer, and jump to any of them.
One thing I do however, is I redid the tags (defined via regular expressions), because the default ones used to pick up false positives.
I changed the pattern to be case sensitive and to include a colon after a tag. To make use of this feature, I also keep my To-Do Explorer window always visible, to ensure that I do pick up the comments I, or any other developer on the team puts in the code.