I would like to use OF more by keyboard shortcuts and w/o the sidebar or inspector. I imagine a future where I type ⌘1 to see the inbox, ⌘2 to see all the emails I need to reply to or write, ⌘3 to see all my tasks by tag, and so on.
The problem I’m having, however, is that sometimes when I type a shortcut, for example ⌘3 to show Tags, I see a tag that’s been drilled down into. For example, right now I see this:
I’ve since been in touch with @aaron in Support, and it turns out that it is possible to do all of this from the keyboard, but it involves three keyboard shortcuts (assuming the sidebar is hidden):
⌥⌘1 — Go to Sidebar (also displays the sidebar) ⇧⌘A — Deselect All ⌥⌘S — Hide Sidebar
I came up with a Keyboard Maestro macro that goes through these steps with a single keyboard shortcut (I’m using ⇧⌥⌘ U). It will also leave the sidebar visible if it was previously visible and should work with any perspective (including custom ones).