You should take time to familiarize yourself with the controls of the game. Keep in mind these are the default values and not match any custom settings. All of the current controls and hotkeys can be seen and edited by pressing Esc and then clicking on options. You can change your keybinds, as well as assign keybinds for things like increasing or decreasing the game brightness (very useful during the nighttime when you don't have a torch). Also, if you have a keyboard that does not have a numpad, you should change your 'zoom in button' for the map. You can open the map with m, and it shows you your global coordinates and position in the region you are in (marked by red x).
When used while moving forward, will cause you to increase forward movement speed at the cost of increased stamina use, and over-rides 'Toggle Run' to on. A character may only run forwards; strafing and backpedaling speed will remain constant.
All Creatures or Crewmember within a certain radius will change their aggression level to Aggressive.
Xbox: This aggression level is on the whistle wheel, but this will actually cause the aggression level 'Attack My Target' to be set, and it is unknown if this is intended.
Attack My Target
Hold + to '4'*
All Creatures or Crewmember within a certain radius will change their aggression level to Attacking Your Target. They will terminate their current attacks and will defend themselves if they are attacked, but will prioritize attacking whatever you attack.Xbox: Whistling 'aggressive' will actually cause this action to occur, and it is unknown if this is intended. This aggression setting does not actually have its own whistle.
All Creatures or Crewmember within a certain radius will change their aggression level to Neutral. They will terminate all their current attacks but will continue to defend themselves if they are attacked again.
Toggles the active ordering group. Press a NumPad key to activate the corresponding group and press again to remove active ordering groups and revert whistles to affect all tamed dinosaurs within range.
Windowsith no other input, will cause the animal to land on a suitable, horizontal surface to land, and will cause the creature to launch and hover a few feet above ground to take-off, unless you are too heavy. (Flying creatures only).
NOTE: "Drop All" respects the filter. To drop all of a specifi item, use the inventory's search function so only the item you want to drop displays, and then hit "Drop all" and it will drop all of that item. (Example: berries from an elephant or giraffe)