Autocomplete for keyboard shortcuts and formatting

The problem: there are too many useful shortcuts, and a lot of time is lost scrolling around to find the shortcut for what you’re looking for.

I think a good workflow, which I’ve seen in other programs, is to learn a single shortcut like “cmd+s” (for example), which brings up a text box in which you can use natural language to type what you want to do, e.g. “scroll to bottom” or “collapse all”…and an autocomplete will find exactly the shortcut you’re looking for, which you can activate by hitting “enter/return”, and learn the shortcut for later use directly.

This would be a game-changer, I think, by helping a lot of casual users become power users.

This is included in Obsidian - the Command Palette. Hopefully, it will be one of the functions carried over to Dynalist. :crossed_fingers:

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