quick access to all functions in class?

I am working on switching over from Visual Studio to Rider.  One feature I really like in Visual Studio that isn't obvious to me in Rider is the dropdown list of all the functions in the class, as seen in the screen shot below.  Where do I find that in Rider?

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Hello Rodryg,

We added filters to the Structure view in Rider 2023.2 EAP 6. Feel free to try the EAP version of the upcoming Rider.


Have a nice day!

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Hi Sam Carleton

There is a Structure (Ctrl+Alt+F) tool window with a list of all methods. I hope you'll like it. 

Should you have any other questions, let us know. Have a great day! 

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It is a step in the right direction but def not as convenient as VS's implementation.

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Alexandra Guk the Structure tool window would be useful if I could filter it. Currently it lists everything (fields, props, public methods, private methods, etc.) which is honestly not useful (too much noise). I would like to just browse through e.g. public methods (see what the class exposes).

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I would be nice if `Structure view` would enable also filter by name (text search).

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Hello,
You already can use speed search just by strating typing when this tool window is in focus. But it won't filter the results, only highlight them. I've filed an issue on our tracker: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RIDER-99482/speed-search-should-filter-results-in-structure-view.
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I'm with Sam Carleton.  

The structure view is a thing but not as good as the filtered drop list from the VS. 

1. the user interface is not clear.  Why typing at the list filters the list? 

2. Took too much of the precious space of the IDE. I need it only if I need to find something.

I like rider but do think the Structure view is not good and on the wrong track.

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Hi everyone! 

We've reviewed the feature request to add structure to a navigation bar. Feel free to upvote it to show your interest and be notified about all progress. 

 

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