Tips and Tricks
Components and labels can both be searched for using either ":" or "=" operators. The "=" operator looks for exact matches. The ":" operator for components looks for the specified component or any subcomponent. The ":" for labels (and most of fields) looks for words anywhere in the string.
Mastering these queries will allow you to find all issues under a parent component.
Example 1.1: Querying all Blink issues (component:Blink), from Blink to Blink>WebRTC>Audio etc...
Example 1.1: Querying only issues explicitly w/ the Blink label (component=Blink)
Issue list: J and K for previous and next issue, X to check a checkbox.
Issue detail page: J and K for previous and next issue, U to go up to list, R to select the comment field on the issue detail page.
Anywhere: / to select the search box.
That gives you a simple URL that you can share with others.
Just pop up a menu on your chrome browsers location bar and choose "Edit Search Engines...". E.g., I have the shortcut "mm" search for issues in /p/monorail. Typing "mm 12345" takes me directly to that issue. You can also treat the issue entry page as a search engine, e.g., I have "mnew" mapped to "https://bugs.chromium.org/p/monorail/issues/entry?summary=%s"