Arrows for navigation in file pane (for moving through documents)


#1

Hi,
is there any way how to navigate through items in file pane (e.g. through documents, tags) without using mouse (with some shortcut + arrow etc.)? I am using mac app.

In Things app, I used cmd+alt+ctrl + arrow and could browse up or down through individual projects. Could I do something similar in Dynalist without using mouse?

Thanks a lot


#2

While not specifically to “browse” the file pane, you can use CMD+O to Search through the files/documents and bookmarks and quickly navigate from there (especially after filtering with a few letters)


#3

Thanks for your help. Yes, I know about cmd+O, yet I would be interested in browsing on top of it - it is convenient in some scenarios (e.g. review of your projects), especially when you use documents as project holders (=many short documents). So I will suggest it as a feature. Thanks again.


#4

Hi @Daneb1,

Yes, Matthew is correct about how Dynalist currently handles it.

So that shortcut would go to the previous or next item with regard to the currently open document?


#5

Yes, (Things use different terminology - projects instead of documents) - you go to next/previous project(document) in the row, as you sorted them in the panelist (starting from where you are)


#6

I see, thanks for the clarification. We’ll definitely put this idea on the backburner and think about it!