Similar to browsing Visual Studio and IDE files, you can quickly switch between methods in Visual Studio. Navigate faster to code, files, and Windows IDE tools for high productivity during development. Moving quickly between methods in Visual Studio is also part of it. Visual Studio IDE has several sets of options for moving files, tools, and even code. Additionally, to improve code navigation, you can also try code navigation by bookmarking your code in Visual Studio.

How to Quickly Move Between Methods in Visual Studio

Visual Studio provides options for “Next Method” and “Preview Method” navigation.  This will help you quickly move back and forth through the method.  You can find these two options from Edit > Next Method | Edit > Previous Method

How to Quickly Move Between Methods in Visual Studio

Assigning Keyboard Shortcut

For much faster navigation, you can easily add keyboard shortcuts to menu options.

Open the Customize window (right click on the toolbar > Select Customize) and select the “Edit” option from the “Menu Bar”.

Select the corresponding menu option, such as selecting “Next method”, then click “Keyboard”.

How to Quickly Move Between Methods in Visual Studio

You can also open the Options dialog window and navigate to the Keyboard section. From here you can also find and assign hotkeys.

You can check more article on our website under C# section HERE or you can also check same on Microsoft Docs too.

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