Following the principal of Universal Design, can I suggest a single-handed option for keyboard shortcuts? At present, the keyboard actions follow an [intuitive] pattern (e.g, e for exclude). However, I think it would be great if a single-handed mode could be implemented. Something like using the number row as such: 1, 2, 3 - Exclude, maybe, include and then using Q, A keys for up and down navigation (rather than arrow keys). You've got the tab key close at hand, and I'm sure there's a nice pattern that you could come up using other keys in that part of the keyboard to handle Reasons and Labels.
P.S. It also means you can drink coffee with your right hand at the same time, if you do have physical use of both hands.
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