Mission Control allows you to see all of your apps and spaces in one screen on your Mac. The good news for you is that, you can do the same with individual applications. There is a handy feature called App Exposé, which allows you to see all open and unhidden windows for your current app.
Here is how to set up App Exposé with your Mac’s trackpad
Step 1: The first thing that you need to do is to open System Preferences from your Dock or Applications folder
Step 2: Next up, you have to click Trackpad, then click the More Gestures tab
Step 3: Now, it is time to click the drop down
Step 4: Finally, click either Swipe down with three fingers or Swipe down with four fingers.
Here is how to set up an App Exposé Hot Corner
Step 1: You need to open System Preferences from your Dock or Applications folder
Step 2: Next up, you have to click Desktop & Screen Saver, followed by the Screen Saver tab and the Hot Corners… button
Step 3: All you have to do is to click the drop down next to the corner you wish to use for App Exposé
Step 4: Now, you need to choose Application Windows from the list
Step 5: Lastly, you simply need to click OK.
Here is how to use App Exposé
Step 1: First off, you have to swipe down on your trackpad with either three or four fingers
Step 2: Next up, you need to move your cursor to your chosen Hot Corner
Step 3: Now, you have to hold down the Control button on your Mac’s keyboard and then press F3
Step 4: Here, you need to control-click your app’s icon and select Show All Windows
Step 5: Lastly, to immediately launch App Exposé, you can Force Touch your app’s icon
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