I've been tracking the growth of software with command palettes over the past year.
To a degree, pure search tools like Alfred and Command E count, as does Raycast (an app to add a command palette to any app). and the help search in macOS, but the most interesting thing is the rise in command palettes inside apps, including those in:
Which apps am I missing? What's your other favorite software that includes a command palette?
(and then as a similar thing, there are software with slash commands: Notion, Almanac, Slack, Mixmax, and more, something that's a similar new software feature to find features via typing)
fman - A file manager for Windows, Linux, and macOS
WorkSpaces 2 - A program to launch programs, scripts based on job/activity
TaskPaper - A todo list manager
Onivim 2 - A graphical vim editor that runs VSCode extensions and is very fast
Keyboard Maestro - A graphical hotkey programmer
Generic Command Palettes:
Just to name a few more...
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