Most preferred shortcuts for 'Focus on conversation' action

There are 6 occurrences of this action in the database. Less similar actions are found >100 times.

Most common shortcuts for this action

Programs using this action (except  Google Chat (Windows, Chrome OS) ):

  1. Esc - Used in
  2. H then C - Used in
  3. - Used in
  4. H + C - Used in

You might want to consider

Actions below are probably less related, but you may want to consider some of them.

Similarity Shortcut action Program name Shortcut

90%

Focus Roblox Studio

90%

Focus Rage (PC)

90%

Focus Rage 2 (PC)

90%

Focus Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint

90%

Focus Watch Dogs 2 (PC)

90%

Focus Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

90%

Focus Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

90%

Focus Psychonauts (PC)

86%

Focus on current room or conversation in sidebar Google Chat (Windows, Chrome OS)

86%

Focus on current room or conversation in sidebar Google Chat (Windows, Chrome OS)

86%

Focus on last conversation or message Google Chat (Windows, Chrome OS)

86%

Focus on current room or conversation in sidebar Google Chat (iOS)

86%

Focus on current room or conversation in sidebar Google Chat (iOS)

86%

Focus on last conversation or message Google Chat (iOS)

86%

Focus on first element in the conversation list Google Hangouts

82%

New conversation Gmail

82%

New Conversation Help Scout

79%

Next conversation Signal (desktop)

79%

Next conversation Signal (desktop)

79%

Next conversation Signal (macOS)

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