When using the quick switcher (Cmd + ":"), you land on the destination page but can't take any immediate actions. This is frustrating since it creates several unnecessary clicks to perform any action (type, zoom, search). Below are a few examples of what I would have expected to happen after landing on a page from the quick switcher.
1/ Start Typing
Having the cursor somewhere (probably the title bullet so you can quickly hit <Enter> and start a new line at the top of the list).
Pressing arrow keys to quickly start traversing the list. You could potentially even get fancy and make pressing down start from the top, and pressing up start from the bottom of the list (although that could conflict with the above point).
Landing and wanting to immediately zoom in a level from there (Cmd + ">").
Fully realize that all of these cannot happen at the same time, but would expect one of them to be possible, rather than the current behavior that doesn't allow you to do anything. The most straightforward option to me is 1 which places the cursor at the title after using the quick switcher. This would afford the other two to be fulfilled with a single keystroke.
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