# How to make two references in single bracket: [1,2]

The question is, in fact, in title. There is no information in manual. Using the manual I can produce single citation in single brackets, like [1], [2]. But I need two numbers in single bracket [1,2].
I found this in menu. Sometimes it is difficult to find what you need. This information is absent in manual.

When you type `\cite Enter`, there is something on the `focus toolbar` helping you with this.

I do not know the shortcut of this, however.

The keyboard shortcut should be “Meta + Right arrow” when you’re inside \cite. In my case this is “Esc + Right arrow”.