This new feature has been awesome. It’s now making me really want to be able to switch between open google docs using the keyboard.
Cmd+[1-9] is such a powerful shortcut. My recommendation for switching between tabs within an app is to make it work just like Cmd+Tab does on Mac. For example:
Cmd+6 takes me to my Google Drive, it shows me whichever doc I was most recently viewing.
Now, imagine I press Cmd+6 again while already viewing Google Drive. This should toggle to the second-most-recent doc I was viewing.
If I press Cmd+6 then let go of 6 but keep holding Cmd it shows me the flyout of all the open docs, I can press 6 over and over again while holding Cmd and it will cycle through them. When I let go of Cmd it selects it.
Just like Cmd+Tab. The key with Cmd+Tab is that once you’ve selected a new app, your previous app becomes the second-most recent. This way Cmd+Tab lets you always conveniently cycle between your last two apps. Likewise, Cmd+6 would let me always cycle between my two most recent docs.
Anyway, just a suggestion to take this feature to the next level! This seems to matter more for Google Drive than any other app because it’s the app where you inevitably end up with lots of open sub-tabs.
Oh, I always to be able to close an open Station app tab with keyboard shortcut. You should also support this with Cmd+W. This would close the current open app, and likewise you could support this with the Cmd+6 cycling. I do this all the time with Cmd+Tab. For example, when I want to close a bunch of running Mac programs I press Cmd+Tab, let go of Tab but hold Cmd. Tab through a couple times to get to the right app but I still don’t let go of Cmd, instead I tap Q and it closes the app. It’s awesome to be able to close a bunch of Mac apps without needing to switch to them, likewise for closing a bunch of Station Google Drive tabs.