The Screencast Keys addon allows us to see what keys we press in the 3D view. This comes in handy when we are recording a tutorial. For this purpose this addon seems to be the best one so far for Blender 2.8.
It is pretty simple to use. Just go to the N-Panel, open the Screencast Keys TAB and check the Screencast keys checkbox. And if you want more, there are some cute options as well.
We find all these settings also in the preferences, so that we don’t have to set our preferences every time. So all we have to do is going to the N-Panel and mark the checkbox Screencast Keys. There is another, similar addon called Shortcut_VUr.
The screencast Keys addon is available on Github. Installation of the add-on goes like usual. On Github, click on the link screencastkeys.zip. Save it, and in Blender you go to Edit > Preferences > Addon > Install. Browse to the .zip file, press Install. Then activate the addon and save preferences.